I'm a Commercial Georgia Beekeeper selling Beehives,Nucs,Queens,Honey, Bee Pollen,Beeswax Candles, Propolis & Beekeeping Supplies.
Nucs and Carniolan Queens are my specialty.
I have a Retail Honey Store Open Fri,Sat,Sun 10am-Dark, Bulk Honey Available in 5 gallon buckets for resale or Mead Wine Making. Beehive Crop Pollination Almond Blueberry Cranberry Click Subject Below Right for a Subject Search By John Pluta Learn more BEEKEEPING Below
FAKE HONEY,Newest Imitation Honey with Sugar as MAIN Ingredient but BIG Honey Name
A Sweetener using the HONEY name but made with mostly SUGAR.
Freeze Dried type product looking more like Bee Pollen
with Carmel Coloring added to make it look like Honey
NO percentages of Honey used ????????
This is NOT Honey but their website talks all about Honey uses
with NO mention of the Main LARGE SUGAR Content of this product.
LOTS of hype about USDA Grade A Honey but no Country Source of Origin Information
Lots of Honey Comb,Honeybee,Honey Dipper,Honey Dripping Label for a SUGAR product.
Learn more about the USDA organic standards at www.ams.usda.gov/nop
or call the National Organic Program at 202-720-3252. You can also
write them at USDA-AMS-TM-NOP, Room 4008 S. Bldg., Ag Stop 0268, 1400
Independence, SW, Washington DC 20250.
Produce that earns the USDA organic certification is grown without the
use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, bio-engineering
or ionizing radiation.
In order to be labeled "organic," the
farm where the food is grown is certified to make certain the farmer is
following all the rules necessary to meet USDA organic standards.
Companies that handle or process organic food before it arrives in our
stores must be certified, too.