We take pride in only buying our honey which is collected from what is called the “super chamber” of the bee box, at a premium cost, The super chamber is where only surplus honey is stored. Cerana’s meads are certainly not made from honey that is stolen from the bees.
The entire cooling system at the meadery is automated and optimised to minimise the consumption of electricity, thus reducing the carbon footprint.
The tanks in which the mead is fermented are all insulated to slow down the temperature loss which is energy saving.
The coolants used in the chillers are expensive as compared to alternatives that aren’t as environment friendly.
Water wastage through the RO water plant is minimised through reduction of reject water loss that comes hand in hand with any RO systems.
The effluents that are generated go through extensive treatment before getting used for gardening purposes around the meadery minimisiing water loss and maximising resource utilisation.
The fruit waste or processed pulp generated gets converted into compost and is used for gardening.
Dr. Ashwini Deore