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Comment: Only a thief would add syrup to honey

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Only a thief would add syrup to honey

High fructose corn syrup is selling for about 30 cent per pound, honey is worth $2.15 per pound wholesale. Most can't detect adulteration of honey and if beet sugar is used only a Lab can see it.

That's why it's important to by directly from the beekeeper. But then some unscrupulous beekeepers will feed syrup to bees so as to extract the syrup as honey. Honey that isn't heated much during the extracting process should turn sugary within a month. This is proof of buying pure honey because syrup and beet sugar won't turn sugary for a year if ever.

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