Store-Bought Honey May Be Dangerous

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Store-Bought Honey May Be Dangerous

More than three quarters of the honey on American store shelves may have been smuggled in from China and could be tainted with heavy metals and antibiotics, according to a Food Safety News investigation. What do you think?

  • "That's why I only eat honey I've harvested myself, and that's also why I've never eaten any honey."

    Heather Farquhar
    Assistant Buyer
  • "What about Fluff? Please say there's no tainted Fluff on my American grocery shelves."

    Pat Cunnington
    Systems Analyst
  • "This is bad and all, but I'd sure like to meet a Chinese honey smuggler."

    Lance Jamrozy
    Monument Setter