Firstly welcome to the forum.
We have about 50kgs drained, strained Dry-land Tea-Tree cappings wax honey, extracted May 2014, following serious honey drought. The best honey we have ever produced from our 50 untraveled hives. Looking for a price point per kilo, please.
I am not sure what you are referring to when you say 'cappings wax honey', do you mean the strained cappings, or the wax once the cappings have been strained & melted, or the honey which has been strained?
If you have a look on Gumtree you will see varied prices from $8 to $10 per kilo for honey, you need to take into account the packaging & labelling costs also. If you were selling direct to a honey packer you would struggle to get $4 a kilo. It does depend on your location and what the local market is doing.
I have seen 500gram containers of locally produced honey selling for $6.50.
Good clean wax sells from $5 a kilo up to $16 to $20 kilo depending who is buying it.
Hope this helps.