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Where is Honey in the Grocery Store?

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Honey is usually near the condiments or near sugar… But BE CAREFUL!

Imported grocery store honey might be partially fake, honey producers sometimes put corn syrup and artificial sweeteners in it to help costs. If you have to go to the grocery store, Nature Nate's and Local Hive Honey are two solid options, but otherwise I would stick to either buying local or from a US-based brand online.

Caleb

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