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32-Oz Happy Belly Raw Wildflower Honey EXPIRED

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Last Edited by Mr. Harley August 17, 2022 at 02:15 PM

BTW, order 4 and get an extra 5% off.


This is Grade A honey, right on the front label. Those standards were changed several years ago, so do not use the 1985 standards.
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Grade A honey has to be super clear, defect-free honey and can only be done with heat and hyperfiltration. Grade A is what most people consume and are the cheapest honeys.

Our Honey is Grade B honey because it's raw, unheated and unfiltered. We believe honey should be unprocessed, raw, and as close to eating out of the hive as possible. Our honey is beautiful, but unprocessed honey can't get a grade A.
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OP has posted lowest price ever in all recent posts. even after I posted that it's been lower recently. nobody seems to care and deal goes FP at 15 TU.

Seems people just don't care if it's normal price, poor reviews or FP anymore. probably there is more shilling going on to generate revenue for SD. OP is labeled an "Expert" on groceries. More like an expert in marketing normal or overpriced Happy Belly items as "lowest price ever"
check history...

$7 is same price it was a year ago,
lowest was $5.31 in November'21
and that's before any s&s discounts.

SD'ers need to stop calling it a deal
every time some demand destruction
by "recession" retail price gouging
triggers an overstock sale.
Organic does not at all promise the honey's natural characteristics are more intact after processing. Organic is a very misunderstood label used in the fear-mongering way like you just posted to imply it is delivering better food to consumers when that is not the case.

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check history...

$7 is same price it was a year ago,
lowest was $5.31 in November'21
and that's before any s&s discounts.

SD'ers need to stop calling it a deal
every time some demand destruction
by "recession" retail price gouging
triggers an overstock sale.
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Doesn't seem like it's organic so who knows what chemicals it's been treated with.
Organic does not at all promise the honey's natural characteristics are more intact after processing. Organic is a very misunderstood label used in the fear-mongering way like you just posted to imply it is delivering better food to consumers when that is not the case.
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Doesn't seem like it's organic so who knows what chemicals it's been treated with.
Honey doesn't ever need to be treated with chemicals lol
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Quote from PetSpy :
check history...

$7 is same price it was a year ago,
lowest was $5.31 in November'21
and that's before any s&s discounts.

OP has posted lowest price ever in all recent posts. even after I posted that it's been lower recently. nobody seems to care and deal goes FP at 15 TU.

Seems people just don't care if it's normal price, poor reviews or FP anymore. probably there is more shilling going on to generate revenue for SD. OP is labeled an "Expert" on groceries. More like an expert in marketing normal or overpriced Happy Belly items as "lowest price ever"
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Last edited by BF_ August 16, 2022 at 01:34 PM.
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How much corn syrup is in this?
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How much corn syrup is in this?
Lots. But no more then most of the generic stuff at the grocery store. It's all co-packed and blended from untraceable sources that originate overseas where they cut real honey with sugar syrup or HFC. The only way to make sure you get the real stuff is buying local from farmstands/beekeepers.
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Price of honey has skyrocketed due to antidumping laws.
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OP has posted lowest price ever in all recent posts. even after I posted that it's been lower recently. nobody seems to care and deal goes FP at 15 TU.

Seems people just don't care if it's normal price, poor reviews or FP anymore. probably there is more shilling going on to generate revenue for SD. OP is labeled an "Expert" on groceries. More like an expert in marketing normal or overpriced Happy Belly items as "lowest price ever"
I would love for SD to post their commission. Adoramma and these other shit companies use this as a massive lead outreach program
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Local honey costs the same and is better for your allergies
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Quote from BF_ :
OP has posted lowest price ever in all recent posts. even after I posted that it's been lower recently. nobody seems to care and deal goes FP at 15 TU.

Seems people just don't care if it's normal price, poor reviews or FP anymore. probably there is more shilling going on to generate revenue for SD. OP is labeled an "Expert" on groceries. More like an expert in marketing normal or overpriced Happy Belly items as "lowest price ever"
Your post and pricing from November is MEANINGLESS because of the recent antidumping crackdown (2022). Have you checked the price of honey at Costco lately?

I'm guessing this amazon honey was made using dumped honey before these regulations.

https://www.federalregister.gov/d...uty-orders
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Local honey costs the same and is better for your allergies
Wrong and wrong. Local honey is almost always more expensive than this, and there is no clear evidence that local honey improves allergy symptoms.

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseas...q-20057927
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