Someone that sells honey to almost every gift shop in my town has on every label in small print it says "packed for or by them". So what does that mean? Ive never seen that on a jar before until now.
Thats what it sounds like to me to, had just never seen it or noticed it on any of thier honey before.Just a guess but I would assume that "packed for" would mean that another beekeeper or company is filling identical jars with their honey and selling them wholesale to Smokey Mountain Honey, who then attaches their label to the jar and markets it.
It's the same principal that honey co-ops might be using, except this company is receiving outside honey already packed in jars rather than in bulk.
Not sure either to me it just made me think thats not their honey and just buying and relabeling. But i dont think anyone would notice until after they bought it or if they would noticed at all its in smaller print at bottom of jar so dont think it woukd effect sales at all.Also don't know what the benefits and drawbacks of that kind of label would be.
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Harvested: 13 Sep 2019
Ingredients: Raw honey
This product was produced in a home kitchen that is not subject to state licensure or inspection and that may also process common food allergens, such as tree nuts, peanuts, eggs, soy, wheat, milk, fish, and crustacean shellfish.
This product is not intended for resale
Smokey Mountain Honey Company may be another one of David Winter's operations. See this page where he is doing business as "Smokey Mountain Bee Farm".This isnt for a store it says packed for or by smokey mountain honey company ....