Once again, the family beekeeping company’s’ luxury honey crosses boarders with this new international award

El Perelló (Tarragona), 6th may 2019.- If we take into account that El Perelló (Tarragona) is considered ‘the honey village’, and being a reference in the bee world on a national level, the success of their products normally isn’t anything new. But there is a company that because of its effort, tenacity and its constant innovation also stands out internationally.

Various varieties of luxury honey artMuria (www.artmuria.com), by the beekeeping company run by the Muria family since 1810, they have achieved a new recognition outside our border. The first edition of the London International Honey Awards (LIHA) 2019 has awarded with a gold medal the High Mountain honey and silver medal for the varieties Rosemary and Forest honey from their most glamorous collection.
According to Rafel Muria, president of artMuria: “We are vary proud that our work can be seen and is recognized internationally and that our products stand out between hundreds of other honeys from around the world”.
The award promotes high quality honeys and one of the conditions are that if has to be branded, not in bulk. The jury do a blind tasting and evaluate each variety of honey presented.
The London contest also had a design section, in which the best marketing strategies followed by different companies that are presented in the competition are recommended and that confirm the superiority of their products.
In this section the jury also awarded with a silver medal the design for the packaging of this new individual case of Orange honey with saffron “Aromatic treasure”, from the collection artMuria Luxury Innova, recently launched.



About artMuria

All of the artMuria collections, available at specialized and gourmet stores, by Horeca channel and on Internet, triplicate the levels of pollen and combine well with all types of food.
Actually artMuria is exported to more than 15 countries and is present in stores and chains of stores as emblematic as Harrods (London), Printemps (France) or Globus (Switzerland).