By now, the honey bun is a well-known dessert and a staple in many countries.
But, if you’re in South Africa, you might have a little extra love for the treat, which originated in the UK in the late 18th century.
According to the National Museum of South Africa (NMSA), the honeybun was first developed in the country as a snack to treat baby chicks.
But the sweet treat has grown in popularity over the past century.
From 1883 to the 1970s, the sweetened honeybuns were available at many grocery stores and restaurants.
The sweetened version was sold in tin-tinned jars and served with sugar syrup, which made it an economical snack for babies and toddlers.
But in the 1970’s, a British-based company, The Honey Bun Company (TBBC), developed the sweet version of the honey Bun, a sweetened sugar-free version of a honey bun that was marketed as a baby’s treat.
The company sold more than 200,000 honey buns in the US alone, and by the 1980s, it was a global brand.
TBBC marketed its sweetened versions of the sweet honeybunn to include in its breakfast cereal and snack bars, as well as in its fruit juice and snacks.
The honey bun, with its honey taste, was sold as a treat in a variety of different foods, including sweetened lemonade, apple juice, and lemon-lime soda.
But TBBC’s sweetened buns had their biggest market success with children.
In the 1970, a group of children at a South African school in the U.K. became obsessed with the honey bunn, and the school began to sell them out of its boxes every day.
One boy even told a teacher that he was making the honey-bun to feed his sister.
Today, the South African Honey Bun is an iconic and beloved dessert and has a huge following.
With the honey, you can also get a lot of other ingredients.
You can find it at every supermarket, and it’s also sold in convenience stores and online.
If you are looking for more honey, it is often used in sweetened foods and baked goods.
And, of course, you will find it in some specialty stores.
According a report in the South Africa Herald Sun, there are a lot more honeybunts out there.
The report also says that honeybuses are now sold in over 400 stores across the country.