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I haven't tried this honey, and I buy organic, but an "organic" label on honey is silly to me. Honey bees can range miles and miles away from their hive, meaning that even if bee keepers are careful of their immediate surroundings, there's absolutely no way to guarantee that a bee hasn't taken nectar from treated crops… see more I haven't tried this honey, and I buy organic, but an "organic" label on honey is silly to me. Honey bees can range miles and miles away from their hive, meaning that even if bee keepers are careful of their immediate surroundings, there's absolutely no way to guarantee that a bee hasn't taken nectar from treated crops, or GMO crops. Just something to think about before you spend more on "organic" honey :) see less
By hambone on April 22, 2015
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I believe you can keep raw honey, even the heated kind, indefinitely. Should be stored in cool, dry place.
The raw honey is much healthier than the heated honey.

By Kathleen M. Boylan on September 25, 2013
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This product is not certified organic and is in a plastic container. The second one is certified organic and is in a glass container.
By Sa'id Tehrani on November 26, 2013
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NO, it does not say that
By runner girl on February 7, 2014
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Rate 15. Good honey.
Amazon. Please stop inquiring.

By Colleen O'Driscoll on November 13, 2015
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No,it is in a plastic jar.
By Amazon Customer on May 10, 2015
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It is shipped from the USA. To meet high demand, the honey is harvested from the USA, Canada, Brazil
, and New Zealand.

By semke designs on January 10, 2016 SELLER
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As I've used this honey I've found a few "specks" . Not on the top of the honey but down into the honey. We use a jar quick making health drinks that also is a fat burner. A tablespoon of this honey, a tablespoon of raw unfiltered unpasteurized "with" mother apple cider vinegar in 10 ozs of room temp water. I use a nin… see more As I've used this honey I've found a few "specks" . Not on the top of the honey but down into the honey. We use a jar quick making health drinks that also is a fat burner. A tablespoon of this honey, a tablespoon of raw unfiltered unpasteurized "with" mother apple cider vinegar in 10 ozs of room temp water. I use a ninja to mix more then one glass at a time see less
By Cathy on October 12, 2015
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Some are just raw (good for you!) and others are raw AND organic (even better!). :)
By Julie A. Sileo on July 6, 2015
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I didn't process this. I used it as is. It was delicious. It's harder to use than processed honey but much better for you
By Jayne K. on July 6, 2015