The 10th edition of the Italian Prize Biolmiel 2019 and the II Hispanic-Portuguese Contest of Ecological Honey has awarded several varieties of the Muria BIO ecological honeys.

Muria BIO ecological range achieves three new international Awards!

El Perelló (Tarragona), 6th February, 2020The range of organic honey Muria BIO ( have been the protagonists in BIOLMIEL 2019 and in the II Hispanic Contest for Organic honey, with three different recognitions in international events.

The High Mountain Honey variety has been awarded a gold medal in the polyfloral category and the Rosemary honey has been awarded with a silver medal in the monofloral category, in the BIOLMIEL 2019 awards, which awards the best organic honey in the world, placing even higher the Muria brand internationally.

The 11th edition of the BIOLMIEL Awards was held in Belforte all’Isauro (Pesaro Urbino, Italy), and counted on the CREA association’s support (Center for Agricultural and Environmental Research, by Belforte all’Isauro Township and Pronubio (Italian association of organic and biodynamic beekeepers), as well as with the sponsorship of the Italian Ministry of Agriculture.

On this occasion, the number of participants increased, with 88 beekeepers and 223 samples of honey: 107 Italians, 78 Greek, 24 Spanish, 5 Slovenians, 3 Croatians and 2 from Portugal, Slovakia and Serbia. The prize, which consists of a final tasting, also analyzes the samples in terms of humidity, acidity and HMF (hydroxymethylfurfural).

The objective of this international initiative in the organic beekeeping sector, created in 2008 by the CIBI (Italian Biological Consortium) from the experience of the BIOL oil prize, is to disseminate the quality of organic honey, to support the management of biodiversity and production inspired by social responsibility criteria. The BIOLMIEL award also promotes the quality of honey from organic beekeeping and the dissemination of specific knowledge on the topic; strengthens the relationship between beekeeping and sustainable development; improves the differences related to natural biodiversity and crops; promotes the exchange and technical innovations among those concerned with the quality of beekeeping and sensitizes the consumer about the agri-food products of Mediterranean culture in general and in a particular way.

For the most part, Muria BIO’s Thyme Honey has been awarded a Silver honeycomb in the category of light coloured honey inn the II Hispanic Competition for Organic Honey, recently celebrated in the Espacio Vías at León.

The 2nd Hispanic-Portuguese Organic Honey contest, organized by the University of Leon and the Beekeeping Consultant Urzapa, is the only one that evaluates honeys from Iberian Peninsula. The present edition brought together 36 participants from Portugal and from eight Spanish autonomous communities represented by producers from Lugo, La Palma, Hierro, Tenerife, Toledo, La Rioja, Cantabria, Madrid, Segovia, Zamora, León, Girona and Tarragona, as in the case of Muria BIO.

Detalle de la colección completa de mieles ecológicas Muria BIO 

The Muria BIO Organic Honey Collection consists of natural pollen and 11 varieties of honey: High Mountain, Chestnut, Forest, Flowers, Eucalyptus, Heather, Thyme, Lavender, Orange, Acacia and Rosemary. The range is complemented by a collection of syrups and food supplements / Range of propolis syrups and food supplements and a collection of 12 varieties of Flavoured Honeys.

All ranges of Muria BIO organic honeys will be present with PRODECA in the next edition of BioFach fair, which will be held in Nuremberg (Germany) on the 12th to 15th of February. (Hall 5 / Stand 171-16)

About Muria

The Muria family, beekeepers since 1810, launched its Muria BIO brand in 2016 and is positioned as one of the leading brands in the sector in our country.

The quality of its organic honey is supported by the numerous awards received in recent years such as the COOPCAT Recognition for its contribution to society, cooperativism and know-how, translating cooperative principles and values ​​into daily life; Internationalization Award (Tortosa’s commercial chamber awards); 2nd Best Honey in the IX National Beekeeping Congress; Prize at the 31st edition PIMEC Awards for the most competitive company in Catalunya; Great Taste International Award; III National honey Competition (Spanish beekeeping Association), the latest editions of the April Fair honey contest at El Perelló (Tarragona), the BIOLMIEL Awards and the Hispanoluso honey Competition.