There always seems to be this notion that real and raw honey is always expensive—that’s why it’s often referred to as liquid gold. While in most cases that’s true, there are cheaper honey options in the market that you should consider such as SM Bonus’ Bukidnon Real Honey that’s priced at P155 for one 455-gram bottle.
For this squeeze bottle of honey, SM partnered with a local bee farm in Bukidnon called Miel Internacional, Inc. Last July 15, they released a statement on their Facebook page confirming this partnership and that they do not add sugar, water, or any other ingredients to their raw, unfiltered, and untreated honey. They also mentioned that their honey is approved by the Food and Drug Administration, too.
See the full statement here:
There are tons of tests you can do to see if the honey you’re buying is real or fake. There are more obvious (or not-so-obvious) ones with a label of “honey-flavored syrup” and there are other bottles of honey that have an ingredients list of having other stuff than just honey. But when it comes to crystallization as a means to test real or fake honey, this is a normal thing that occurs.
According to Beeraw, this preserves the flavor and quality of the honey. For SM Bonus’ Bukidnon 100% Real Honey, Miel Internacional, Inc. recommends storing it at room temperature.
Ready to try this local honey? You can buy this at SM Supermarket and WalterMart for P155/455-gram bottle.
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