I have seen honey prices here on the board. But simply knowing how much you are being paid for say a kilogram of honey does not really say much about the relative value of your honey. Last Saturday, I bought some honey (heavily contaminated by dead bees, bee parts, comb, other unidentifiable objects). I paid approximately
$ 7.40 per kg
now to give this figure some relativity, the kilo price of both beef (cow meat, medium quality) and rice, also indicating percentage value compared to honey.
$ 5.50 per kg for beef = 75 % of price of 1 kg honey
$ 1.10 per kg for rice = 15 % of price of 1 kg honey
I choose beef and rice as two items being staple food items in many parts of the world (take e.g. potatoes which are not eaten by many people here and are considered an "exotic" food locally).