Join 45,000+ Healthy Customers
Frequently Asked Questions
Does your honey have any caffeine?
Our honey is 100% caffeine free so you can enjoy it at all times of the day. Most people feel natural energy & focus from the superfoods we added into our honey, but don’t be afraid to add it to your nightly tea for an extra antioxidant boost.
What are the benefits of NoonBrew superfood honey?
NoonBrew Superfood Honey helps with focus, immunity, and brain clarity. The superfoods chosen builds your body’s natural immunity, while supporting healthy brain function with sustained energy, and packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory goodness.
How does the superfood honey taste?
The superfood honey has a tropical blossom flavor which makes it really tasty especially when mixed into NoonBrew, yogurt parfaits, granola, oatmeal, overnight oats, pancakes, and more.
What is your return policy if I don't like it?
We offer a 60-day money back guarantee if you’re not happy. Please just contact us at email@example.com and someone from our team will take care of you.
When can I eat the superfood honey?
You can eat our superfood honey at all times of the day. A lot of people like to eat it with yogurt, granola, or oatmeal in the morning while others add it to coffee & tea throughout the day. Or just take a teaspoon full as a quick snack.
Where is the superfood honey made?
We source our superfood ingredients from all over the world, our honey from the Brazilian rainforest, and then blend all of our ingredients in a specialized blending facility in Florida.
Is there sugar in the superfood honey?
There is no additional sugar outside of the natural sugar found in our honey. It is naturally sweet from our organic honey!
Can you eat the superfood honey while pregnant?
We suggest consulting with your doctor or physician before making any changes to your diet while pregnant.
How sustainable is your honey?
A % of the sales of every jar of NoonBrew Superfood Honey gets donated to a foundation that increases the awareness of the role of honeybees in a healthy food supply chain, funding scientific research on declining bee populations, and solutions to enhance sustainable best practices for gardners, farmers, and beekeepers.