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Food fraud: what are you really buying at the supermarket?
No matter how discerning your palate, chances are you've been fooled a time or two when shopping for food at the supermarket. And unlike the counterfeit wallet or handbag bought on the streets of New York City, this bit of fakery is under the radar.
Food Fraud: Honey And 7 Other Commonly Mislabeled Foods
In an investigation conducted by Food Safety News, 60 different containers of foreign honey from 10 different states were sent for review to Vaughn Bryant, premier melissopalynologist and professor at Texas A&M University, said Food Safety News.
Is there any such thing as organic honey?
US melissopalynologist (let's call him a "pollen detective") Vaughn Bryant found that 75% of honey on US supermarket shelves contained no pollen at all having been through an ultra-filtration technique perfected by Chinese producers.
Honey Fraud: Pollen is Removed from 75 Percent of Honey Sold Commercially in US
Food Safety News: Just because the label says “Honey” doesn't mean a bee would
TexasA&MUniversityprofessor Vaughn Bryant is the nation's premier melissopalynologist – someone who studies sweet pollens. Food and Safety News asked him to look into reports that commercial honey manufacturers are taking all of the pollen out of their ...

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