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31 honeys with fanciful trade-names



31 honeys with fanciful trade-names



Revue Francaise d' Apiculture (395): 134-138



The following information is tabulated for 31 French and foreign honeys with special names purchased from various retail outlets: label description, price, water content, fructose to glucose ratio, HMF content, main pollens identified by pollen analysis, comments on quality. Four samples had a water content above 18.5%, and a tendency to ferment. Some labels gave incorrect sources for the honey, e.g. 'sainfoin' honey contained mainly pollen grains from white clover and rape.

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