Jul. 13th, 2012

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I've been reading about this from various sources over the last few weeks. This article has provided a list of honeys they have tested that is missing the pollen, obscuring where the honey came from and diminishing its quality.

Tests show most store honey isn't honey

If anyone else has further information they would like to share let me know, this interests me quite a bit. I find it rather unsettling that something as straight forward as honey is tampered with this way.

I've bought some of the brands listed, Sue Bee for one, because I don't always have an organic option available or I was on limited funds at the time. I'll have to do better in the future.

To be fair, a bit of a rebuttal from the otherside:Bruce Boynton CEO National Honey Board Comments )

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