Pass the Honey, Dear (But Only if it’s Really Honey)

Natural organic honey in the actual honeycomb.

Those of us who care about where our food comes from–and the reasons why we shop at the Stonington Farmers Market–will want to read this article on store bought honey that has no pollen (or its health benefits) in it and might in fact have dangerous contaminants instead. Click here for full story.

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2 responses to “Pass the Honey, Dear (But Only if it’s Really Honey)

  1. See…I keep telling everyone …that when I render the honey I sell each season it has not traveled anywhere except the Blue Hill / Penobscot Pennisula AND is not boiled…nothing dies in my honey…it is still alive with all the goodness of our world and the world of our bees…they give us a gift…all I try to do is get it to those who appreciate it as I do. VIVA LE CREAME’ Marcie and The Bluemoon Market Arts

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  2. I have written a short tale of my honey process on my wall on Facebook please visit my wall and read it for yourselves…Marse Amory …bringing
    you the best honey I humanly can provide!

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