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"Product of Argentina, Canada, & USA"

Wasn't Argentinian honey also determined to be suspect based on an USITC commission study [usitc.gov]? The commission was mostly about subsidies, but the sections about manufacturer's regularly swapping for Chinese honey is telling, although it is apparently being done in all cases (domestic, Argentina, and other sources):
Please buy local honey even if they cant beat Amazon prices. It makes a huge difference for allergy resistance and helps the food cycle where you live. It is also real honey.
You know what they say...
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Lowest price I've seen, Thanks!
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"Product of Argentina, Canada, & USA"

Wasn't Argentinian honey also determined to be suspect based on an USITC commission study [usitc.gov]? The commission was mostly about subsidies, but the sections about manufacturer's regularly swapping for Chinese honey is telling, although it is apparently being done in all cases (domestic, Argentina, and other sources):
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Sixty-nine of 78 responding beekeepers (88.5 percent) indicated that domestic honey was "always" interchangeable with Argentine honey. Six independent packers indicated that the products are "frequently" interchangeable and 4 importers reported the same. Thus, 57.1 percent of the responding packers indicated that domestic honey was "always" or "frequently" interchangeable with Argentine honey and 30.8 percent of the responding importers indicated the same. Six importers (46.2 percent) reported that
domestic and Argentine honey are "sometimes" interchangeable.

Sixty-seven of 79 (84.8 percent) responding beekeepers indicated that domestic honey was "always" interchangeable with Chinese honey. One of the 13 responding importers indicated the same. Three of the 12 responding independent packers reported that the products are "frequently" interchangeable and 6 reported that they are "sometimes" interchangeable. Seven importers reported that Chinese and domestic honey are "sometimes" interchangeable. Thus, 75 percent of the responding packers reported that
the products are at least sometimes interchangeable and 61.5 percent of the responding importers reported the same.

Sixty-three of 71 responding beekeepers (88.7 percent) indicated that honey produced in Argentina was "always" interchangeable with Chinese honey. Three of the 10 responding independent packers indicated that the products are "frequently" interchangeable and 3 reported that they are "sometimes" interchangeable. Accordingly, 60 percent of the responding independent packers indicated that subject imports are frequently or sometimes interchangeable. Six of the 10 responding importers (60 percent) indicated that they are at least "sometimes" interchangeable.

We note that there are some quality differences between the Argentine and Chinese honey. Color and flavor are important factors and frequently cited by independent packers and purchasers as characteristics that are considered when determining the quality of a supplier's honey. Twelve of 20 independent packers sometimes, frequently, or always order honey from a particular country for reasons which include quality. One of these packers prefers Chinese honey, one prefers Argentine honey, four prefer domestic honey, while others prefer honey from a combination of countries. Purchasers, however,
have limited knowledge about the country of origin of their honey and no purchaser indicated that Argentine and Chinese honey are used for different applications. Moreover, honey from both countries is often blended to ensure consistent color and taste, as well as for other reasons. Based on the record as a whole, we find there is general interchangeability between subject imports and between subject imports and
the domestic like product.
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You know what they say...
You catch flies with honey,
But you catch more hunnies by being fly!
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buy nature nates
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The world we live in has so many issues, i just want to buy some food. 🙉🙈🙊
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Queue the Honeyologist PhD's...
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Quote from Marthisdil :
buy nature nates
Why??
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If you don't buy locally produced honey, you're a sucker.
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Reason for it being cheap... review says its not geniunely raw honey, but a blend of cheap honeys.
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Honeybees are dead or dying because of all the pesticides. Soon we will be eating corn syrup with food coloring instead
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I've had this honey recently and it's not bad, but it's not my favorite either. It has a "sharp", less sweet flavor than clover honey. Nature Nate's is sweeter and milder tasting, but for $5.89 after 15% S&S I bought another bottle.
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Please buy local honey even if they cant beat Amazon prices. It makes a huge difference for allergy resistance and helps the food cycle where you live. It is also real honey.
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"Product of Argentina, Canada, & USA"

Wasn't Argentinian honey also determined to be suspect based on an USITC commission study [usitc.gov]? The commission was mostly about subsidies, but the sections about manufacturer's regularly swapping for Chinese honey is telling, although it is apparently being done in all cases (domestic, Argentina, and other sources):
That's why I go with Costco honey.
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