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We researched and formulate and manufacture our own proprietary nectar. A blend of ‘All Natural’ sugars that most closely replicates nectar from Mother Nature’s flowers.
Hummingbird Market nectar is the preferred nectar of hundreds-of-thousands of hummingbirds in the United States.
Hummingbird Market nectar enables your hummingbirds to not just simply survive, but thrive!
Hummingbird Market nectar energizes and hydrates the birds.
Your hummingbirds will remain loyal to the feeder.
Hummingbird Market nectar is the only nectar that offers sucrose, fructose and glucose---just as real flowers.
Our research and understanding of the hummingbird’s nutritional requirements led us to develop a superior nutritional product--- far beyond any commercial standard. We have performed our own research with cutting edge digital technology using high-performance liquid chromatography on 217 flowers that hummingbirds frequent
The Science of Nectar
To be accurate:
73% of all nectars include sucrose, glucose and fructose
17% of nectars have sucrose with either glucose (11%) or fructose (6%)
4% of nectars have sucrose only.
Our clear nectar simulates the natural nectar of nature’s flowers better than, simple sugar or any other nectar available and is more cost-effective. Once ingested, the hummingbird transforms this complex formula into their ideal sugar – glucose! This, in turn, is digested and absorbed as 100% energy, giving the birds an equal return on energy expended.
There are dozens of research studies that chart the ingredients of floral nectar and sucrose is not the only component. Everyone promulgates that white table sugar/ sucrose offers the birds the best carbohydrate but this is indeed misinformation. There is more to it.
Simple white processed table sugar is not nectar for our fast-moving friends.“ Yes, white table sugar/ sucrose does indeed attract the hummingbirds to a feeder but it does not come the closest to floral nectar and it is not the most healthful.
It’s not enough to improve hummingbird nectar. You have to understand it.