- Classic honey
- Creamed honey
- Kids honey
- Alpine honey
- Manuka honey
- Beeotic honey
Where the products came from:
Classic honey, creamed honey, kids honey :
Capilano's 100% Australian honey is made with Australian eucalypt and ground flora honeys.
Alpine honey comes from the snowy mountain regions of New South Wales and Victoria.
Manuka honey is sourced from bees that foraged the lepitospermum species of flowering plants nature to Australia.
Beeotic from capilano is a 100% natural prebiotic honey, clinically shown to improve the good to bad bacteria ratio in your gut which may help boost your digestive health.
Capilano honey have introduced new ways to eat honey such as creamed honey, kids honey (light and mild), alpine honey, Manuka honey & beeotic honey.
What factors could impact the supply of their goods?:
- Not having enough bees to make honey
- Not having enough beekeepers
- Not having efficient supply of the good
What factors could impact demand of their goods?:
- Bee disease
- Honey not having unnatural chemicals
- Prices are to high
How my company differentiates from its competitors:
Capilano honey is 100% pure Australian. It is clean, natural, packaged without using any chemicals or preservatives. They have come up with a brand new type of honey; Beeotic, which is a prebiotic honey to help boost digestive health.
Situations in which the goods being sold would not be counted towards Australia's GDP:
If the honey was made into or sold as part of another product such as:
- Honey soy chicken skewers
- Honey biscuits
- Honey smoothies
- Honey cakes
Capilano honey export their products to China. What would happen if they could not sell to this market?
If Capilano Honey could no longer supply their products to China, there would be a huge decrease in demand and increase in supply. One reason for this loss of market could be that another country is exporting a similar product for a better price.