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I search and use honey that has the 'True Source Verified' label. It's an industry label that indicates the honey comes from the US. I'm sure there are other honeys that are US sourced but there's no way to verify and it's clear that the market is flooded with fake honey-like products. Shame on the FDA and moreso on… see more I search and use honey that has the 'True Source Verified' label. It's an industry label that indicates the honey comes from the US. I'm sure there are other honeys that are US sourced but there's no way to verify and it's clear that the market is flooded with fake honey-like products. Shame on the FDA and moreso on Congress for not being on top of this issue. see less I search and use honey that has the 'True Source Verified' label. It's an industry label that indicates the honey comes from the US. I'm sure there are other honeys that are US sourced but there's no way to verify and it's clear that the market is flooded with fake honey-like products. Shame on the FDA and moreso on Congress for not being on top of this issue.
By Pam on April 26, 2016
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Ok I was reading through the responses to this question and to be honest the label identifies the office/ main farm to be in Illinois, USA but also identifies the Product as being from Brazil & Canada.... While I'm delighted to have some Raw Honey to keep me going I know that some Bee Farms slave their bees by moving t… see more Ok I was reading through the responses to this question and to be honest the label identifies the office/ main farm to be in Illinois, USA but also identifies the Product as being from Brazil & Canada.... While I'm delighted to have some Raw Honey to keep me going I know that some Bee Farms slave their bees by moving them from one harvest season to another to keep production high... and never giving them time to rest. This in turn produces lesser quality products. Just like in any production with exhausted workers. I have not yet inquired about the care of the bees in this company but its on my list of things to know.
There is a nice flavor to this honey but if you are looking for American honey... this is not the company for you. Sorry see less
Ok I was reading through the responses to this question and to be honest the label identifies the office/ main farm to be in Illinois, USA but also identifies the Product as being from Brazil & Canada.... While I'm delighted to have some Raw Honey to keep me going I know that some Bee Farms slave their bees by moving them from one harvest season to another to keep production high... and never giving them time to rest. This in turn produces lesser quality products. Just like in any production with exhausted workers. I have not yet inquired about the care of the bees in this company but its on my list of things to know.
There is a nice flavor to this honey but if you are looking for American honey... this is not the company for you. Sorry

By Amazon Customer on January 20, 2013
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Bees can go from flower to flower and they don't care which flower it is. I do believe that this company, YS, has one planted flower they use or several which end up having the same color pollen that the bees use to make honey. The companies I have dealt with have one flower and only one flower they plant for their bee… see more Bees can go from flower to flower and they don't care which flower it is. I do believe that this company, YS, has one planted flower they use or several which end up having the same color pollen that the bees use to make honey. The companies I have dealt with have one flower and only one flower they plant for their bees. If you look at the honey from Australia you will find that they have their bees go after a special flower that ends up being very dark honey. It really depends on the pollen and the flowers. Most bees can travel 5 miles so the bee farmer can plant thousands of the same flower within a area that the bees will stay in, this is how honey can be Organic, other wise most farmers will rely on the bee to find the flowers which can be sprayed with chemicals. see less Bees can go from flower to flower and they don't care which flower it is. I do believe that this company, YS, has one planted flower they use or several which end up having the same color pollen that the bees use to make honey. The companies I have dealt with have one flower and only one flower they plant for their bees. If you look at the honey from Australia you will find that they have their bees go after a special flower that ends up being very dark honey. It really depends on the pollen and the flowers. Most bees can travel 5 miles so the bee farmer can plant thousands of the same flower within a area that the bees will stay in, this is how honey can be Organic, other wise most farmers will rely on the bee to find the flowers which can be sprayed with chemicals.
By TexK on October 12, 2013
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It's thick because it has not been heated, which is why it is so much better than normally processed & heated honey. DO NOT microwave it, you are destroying the nutrients...the fact that it's unheated is the whole purpose of buying raw honey!
By A.A on May 30, 2014
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ChardRun, this honey is pretty solid. In order to mix it with yogurt, you would have to put it in another container and sit the container in warm water. Doing this will make it mix able with your yogurt. I put it in my smoothie, but my smoothie is mixed in a blender, so it blends well. When I use it with my tea, the he… see more ChardRun, this honey is pretty solid. In order to mix it with yogurt, you would have to put it in another container and sit the container in warm water. Doing this will make it mix able with your yogurt. I put it in my smoothie, but my smoothie is mixed in a blender, so it blends well. When I use it with my tea, the heat of the water melts it. Hope this helps. see less ChardRun, this honey is pretty solid. In order to mix it with yogurt, you would have to put it in another container and sit the container in warm water. Doing this will make it mix able with your yogurt. I put it in my smoothie, but my smoothie is mixed in a blender, so it blends well. When I use it with my tea, the heat of the water melts it. Hope this helps.
By Mill on June 2, 2015
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I have no way of knowing this information it is not on the container!
By Sandra Nunn on July 16, 2014
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Glass
By chris a beckler on October 27, 2013
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No it is the same. The best honey around. You do have to shop for the best price.
By Karen Romano on January 6, 2016
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There is no way to really answer that question. You have to look at the way bees pollinate, they don't just gather from one type of flower or tree. It is a multitude of different types so there is no way to really know.
By Bobby M on December 3, 2013
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I have always heard that it was ok for children over 2yrs of age.
By Kat L. Bates on July 14, 2014