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Common Honey FAQs

Here are some commonly Googled questions and answers regarding honey… we’ll start things off with a heavy hitter. Honey or Hunny? The correct spelling is "honey." "Hunny" is a common misspelling or variation of the word, which may be used informally or in a playful manner, but it is not the standard spelling. Sorry, Pooh. Photo credit: Enews and Disney Where is Honey in the Grocery Store? Honey can usually be found in the condiments aisle of a grocery store, alongside other sweeteners such as maple syrup, agave nectar, and molasses. In some stores, honey may also be located in the baking aisle or the natural foods section.  Honey is typically sold in jars or plastic containers of varying sizes...

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Who Can Have Honey?

We’re biased, but we think honey is lovely. However, it tends to bring up alot of “Can (blank) eat honey?” sorts of questions. Tens of thousands of people Google these questions every year. That’s no joke: at the time of writing this, “Can Dogs Have Honey?” gets 23,000 searches… a month! Our goal with this post is to inform dogs, cats, and keto-dieters whether or not they can eat honey. Let’s jump right in. Is Honey Gluten Free? Honey is a pure and unprocessed sweetener, making it gluten-free by nature. Gluten is a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley, and rye, and honey does not contain any of these grains or their derivatives. In addition to being gluten-free, honey...

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