I looked at a jar of honey in the grocery store to see where it was from. This is the label.
Seriously? They can’t even narrow it down to single continent?
Of course it’s possible that this all came from a single giant vat containing so-called “honey” from around the world. Keep in mind that honey produced by bees being fed a diet of high fructose corn syrup, which is how industrial honey is produced, really ought not even be considered honey.
Unpasteurized honey made by bees feeding on a diet of pollen and nectar from blooms and wildflowers has great health benefits. Among other things it is a natural way to fight seasonal allergies. But to achieve that benefit the honey must be local.
Honey is a superfood. It may be nature’s perfect food.
Real honey, that is.
I highly recommend that folks find a local source of naturally produced honey. Don’t bother with the stuff on the supermarket shelves.