Hi I have seen honey in a shop that contains 50% honey from one country, and the rest of 50% is from some other country, so it's mixed from 2 different countries in one jar. Is there a reason they do this? Maybe it's partly good and partly bad or fake honey? It was also labeled organic. Thank you in advance.
This is done simply to keep the cost down as honey varies in cost widely from country to country.
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