Re: Organic Honey is Certified?
Not being argumentative, I'd like to hear what you define as "Pure Honey". To me, "Pure Honey" simply means the honey is not mixed with anything else like corn syrup, sugar syrup- that it's 'all honey' in the container. Like if I saw a container labeled "Pure Olive Oil", I'd just assume it meant it was not a mix of olive oil, peanut oil, and other oils- that it was ALL olive oil in the bottle. Isn't that what the law requires concerning labeling a product as 'Pure' anything? (or am I mistaken?) I wouldn't be thinking in terms of pesticides, preservatives, antibiotics, etc. "Pure Cane Sugar" cannot contain any beet sugar mixed in. Thus, as long as it contained nothing but actual honey, it could be labeled Pure Honey even if it had pesticide residues and medications in it (as long as they did not exceed health limit standards).
Originally Posted by sqkcrk
Am I mistaken about this?
The little bee returns with evening's gloom,
To join her comrades in the braided hive... -Tennyson