• Fake Honey Is Everywhere, Study Shows. Here’s How To Know The Difference

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  • We all know that honey can be very nutritious and good for our health. But what if you had bought the fake one? Here's how to know the difference between the fake honey and real honey.

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    Fake Honey Is Everywhere, Study Shows. Here’s How To Know The Difference


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    17 Responses to “Fake Honey Is Everywhere, Study Shows. Here’s How To Know The Difference”

    1. Good article. I glad you published the names of a few of the retailers, especially the big ones such as, Walmart & Costco.

    2. Tis is a good fact to know thanks for sharing.

    3. well i would like to know which ones are real honey because i can’t get in the site to read it will someone tell me the right ones….please….thank you….

    4. Considering that honey never goes ‘bad’, there really is no shelf life for it. Gently warming it will help remix and help the honey back to natural state.

    5. good to know. we buy our honey at farmers market. nice to know that in most of the honey bought in some of the stores had no pollen in it

    6. I buy real and pour it out of a vat myself into a container

    7. If you come from Canada . it is no 1 white gourmet and is from the beehive and it is Prince George ….good..get it for health stores…might find others too well..

    8. I get my real honey when I go to ja I can see how it is done

    9. Believe me, I see it around here!

    10. I buy from the local bee keeper!!! It is the best honey ever!

    11. Could just skip the supermarket and buy it straight from a bee keeper, nice and pure

    12. I wish they had published a list of unfiltrated honey sold as organic or regional.

    13. ca everything is fake…It seems in Ameri

    14. Buying from a local bee keep is the best for you. Local honey also helps with your seasonal allergies cause the bees are processing what is causing your reactions. 🙂

    15. can’t open the page would like to know more

    16. What to look for