Companies hope sourcing will stem illegal honey

Companies hope sourcing will stem illegal honey

In an effort to certify the honey being sold, honey companies and importers, like Matthew Cary from Lindsay, Calif., are launching a program to stop illegally sourced honey called the True Source Honey Initiative, which will start this month.
Honey maker and packer Matthew Cary is part of a group that is launching a program to stop illegally sourced honey called the True Source Honey Initiative.
A bee busily makes honey at Matthew Cary’s farm in Lindsay, Calif.

Companies hope sourcing will stem illegal honey

In an effort to certify the honey being sold, honey companies and importers, like Matthew Cary from Lindsay, Calif., are launching a program to stop illegally sourced honey called the True Source Honey Initiative, which will start this month.
Honey maker and packer Matthew Cary is part of a group that is launching a program to stop illegally sourced honey called the True Source Honey Initiative.
A bee busily makes honey at Matthew Cary’s farm in Lindsay, Calif.
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