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November 09, 2011

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DEBRA CHERYL TAYLOR

I AM SOOOOO CONFUSED! I BOUGHT 2 DIFFERENT KINDS OF HONEY TONIGHT...BOTH AT KROGER AND THEIR KROGER NAME ON THEM. ONE IS PURE CLOVER HONEY (KROGER) ONE IS (KROGER VALUE PURE HONEY)! PLZZZZZZZZZZZ HELP ME!

John

One problem with this article is the supposition that honey from other sources like farmers markets and local beekeepers is alright. Who can support that hypothesis with fact? Who is testing honey from local sources? No one is. Thinking that the marketplace will take care of all problems just allows the most greedy to become very successful.

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