Why is this product not labeled as "raw" honey?

There is a creamed honey product that is labeled as U.S Grade A, unfiltered, uncooked, but it is not labeled as "raw" honey. How is that possible if it is "unfiltered" and "uncooked"? Is that an oversight, or is there a reason why it can't be labeled as "raw"? Does making it "creamed" prevent it from being called "raw"? If it is uncooked and unfiltered, does it lack any of the benefits of raw honey? Or is "uncooked" really just a way of making you think it has not been heated when it really has been heat pasteurized?


Sounds like raw honey to me.

Angela

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