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Amazon [amazon.com] has 32-Oz Happy Belly Raw Wildflower Honey for $6.03 > $7.01 now $5.92 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Wasn't there a netflix documentary about over 50% of honey is fake honey from China being blended into our food supply, and that many of the food manufacturers don't know its fake?
Recently discovered that manufactures only need to include 51% honey to call it honey. They can and often do add fillers like corn syrup.

Not to mention it's often sourced from China, heavily processed/pasteurized which removes beneficial enzymes.

Best to get honey from a local source/farmer if you want the health benefits from honey.
5 Lbs is about 480 teaspoons.

Two cups of tea a day. would be 3/4 of a year.

Add two teaspoons per cup and you're looking at 1/3 of a year.

Two or three person household.

Honey in cooking.

I mean, You could just slather it on yourself too.

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Just a heads up the 80 oz version is a better value. I got it for $11.69 with 5 S&S and coupon. And that is about as good as Costco I think. Also what's this "Prime Savings"? Is that new?
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Wasn't there a netflix documentary about over 50% of honey is fake honey from China being blended into our food supply, and that many of the food manufacturers don't know its fake?
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Recently discovered that manufactures only need to include 51% honey to call it honey. They can and often do add fillers like corn syrup.

Not to mention it's often sourced from China, heavily processed/pasteurized which removes beneficial enzymes.

Best to get honey from a local source/farmer if you want the health benefits from honey.
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Just a heads up the 80 oz version is a better value. I got it for $11.69 with 5 S&S and coupon. And that is about as good as Costco I think. Also what's this "Prime Savings"? Is that new?
How you got 80oz for $11.69? For me its showing
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Item(s) Subtotal:$17.99
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$0.90
Prime Savings:-$3.60
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Total - $13.49


Am I missing any coupon?
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Check the label on where it's imported OR manufactured. NOT all Chinese stuff are fake/low quality. As matter of fact, US standard is different
That was the issue in the documentary, the fake stuff from china was being blended with US/legitimate sources and being mislabeled.

Also chinese suppliers were flooding markets with fake/low quality honey by shipping to another country like malaysia then importing to the US. apparently Malaysia exported more honey than the country manufacturers by severalfold.
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i only get pure authentic Manuka honey UMF 10 at least, or better
Holy shit. That stuff is $3 an oz. What's so special about it?
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Not disputing what you've said, but what are you doing with 5lbs. honey before it starts to crystallize? Kinda suspect.
5 Lbs is about 480 teaspoons.

Two cups of tea a day. would be 3/4 of a year.

Add two teaspoons per cup and you're looking at 1/3 of a year.

Two or three person household.

Honey in cooking.

I mean, You could just slather it on yourself too.
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Thanks for sharing. $5.35
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Quote from WeiW8847 :
Check the label on where it's imported OR manufactured. NOT all Chinese stuff are fake/low quality. As matter of fact, US standard is different
Quote from AndrewC2008 :
Recently discovered that manufactures only need to have 51% honey to call it honey, they can and most often do add fillers like corn syrup.

Not to mention it's often sourced from China, heavily processed/pasteurized which removes beneficial enzymes.

Best to get honey from a local source/farmer if you want the health benefits from honey.
I think you may be misunderstanding the current labeling rules. But that still doesn't mean you will get the real thing, honey is one of the top three most adulterated food product on the market. Chinese honey is a total crap shoot, and it routinely mislabeled as Canadian or US honey. Relabeling Chinese adulterated honey as real honey from North American is EXTREMELY lucrative. It's been documented for well over a decade, and given how our trade with China works is more whack-a-mole than effective inspection and sanctions.

"Under the current guidelines, FDA defines honey as, "a thick, sweet, syrupy substance that bees make as food from the nectar of flowers and store in honeycombs." Manufactures must now label products as honey "blends" if they include anything other than pure honey produced by bees.

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Descriptions like "blend of honey and sugar" or "blend of honey and corn syrup" are offered as appropriate examples. Only single-ingredient products can be labeled as "honey" without requiring further clarification."
https://holisticprimarycare.net/s...-products/
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Not disputing what you've said, but what are you doing with 5lbs. honey before it starts to crystallize? Kinda suspect.
5lbs is not impossible to use. Just because it crystallizes doesn't mean it's bad or old.
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