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GenuHoney® certified honey is the only certification that allows consumers to trace honey right back to the beekeeper who produced it.
Most of the honey sold in the U.S. is not authentic.
The story as to how honey is made, and the critical role that honeybees play in the survival of our ecosystem and continuation of our food supply, make bees and the honey they give us, one of the earth’s most treasured resources.
Unfortunately, much of the honey that is sold in supermarkets around the world, is adulterated with sweeteners, and blended with poor quality or heavily diluted honey from other parts of the world.
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Beekeepers and packers who are certified with the GenuHoney® certification have been rigorously audited and their honey is carefully tested before we certify it. When you see the GenuHoney® certification on the bottle, you can be comforted to know that the honey is 100% pure and authentic.