It's not a great photo but hopefully you can see the difference between a fine filtered commercial acacia honey (on the left) and our raw acacia.
It's the bits in raw honey that help to give it its character and flavour - they are a main part of the difference between raw and processed honey.
These bits are pollen, propolis, beeswax and sometimes bits of royal jelly.
The pollen in particular helps to give raw blossom honey its flavour.
One of the consequences of a particularly raw honey with lots of bits like this is that they help to seed raw honey - that is they hasten the process whereby honey solidifies.
This is nothing to worry about - it is actually one of the signs that the honey is raw.