Every weekend, some of the best food artisans in Britain assemble under railway viaducts in southeast London to display their wares at Borough Market. Amid the profusion of pork pies, puddings, and chutneys, you’ll find the Golden Company (8 Southwark St.; 44-20/7407-1002), whose cold-pressed honeys are a favorite of chef Marcus Wareing of the Berkeley Hotel (who uses them in his ganache-filled chocolates). Part urban beekeeper cooperative, part award-winning social enterprise, the group builds hives around London and trains inner-city kids to harvest and sell their goods. Products include beeswax lip balms and salt scrubs as well as a pollen-rich honey with an herbal top note.
Bring It Back: Pick out a beautiful honeycomb ($10) to pair with fruit and cheese.