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Is Crystallised Honey, Good or Bad?

Is Crystallised Honey, Good or Bad?

     Is Crystallised Honey Safe to Eat? Crystallisation of honey is a harmless process and perfectly safe to eat. By no means spoilt, old or no longer fit for consumption, as long as the honey has been properly stored. In fact, crystallisation only changes the colour and texture; it does not change the quality of honey. For many individuals, crystallised honey is preferable, as it's easy to handle without the sticky drips.    What is Crystallised Honey? Crystallisation, also known as hardened, candied, solidified or granulated honey, is a natural, uncontrollable process through which natural honey changes from a liquid...

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Health Benefits of Manuka Honey

Health Benefits of Manuka Honey

Health Benefits of Manuka Honey

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"Bigger than Texas – SA specialty food and beverage brands celebrate export deal" South Australian Government Press Release 22/04/2021

"Bigger than Texas – SA specialty food and beverage brands celebrate export deal" South Australian Government Press Release 22/04/2021

Pure Origins Honey in Texas, US.  From June, a TEXAN supermarket chain will stock Pure Origins Honey & Manuka and other iconic South Australian brands as part of a lucrative new deal negotiated by the SA State Government in collaboration with Food South Australia. Pure Origins will be stocked in Central Market, which has 10 high-end grocery stores in Texas, along with eight other Iconic South Australian brands; Beerenberg,  Bickford’s, Penfield Olives, Oleapak Olive Oil, T-Bar, Robern Menz and Tucker’s Natural crackers will also be stocked.  The first shipment was shipped from Adelaide in April with $150,000 worth of goods.  Read the...

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