A lot of times you can get pure honey from locals at the farmers market. Just ask them if the honey is pure, unadulterated. In the stores, the ingredients label is so vague, and it never shows the full list of ingredients. It is hard to tell in that case. Stick to the local honey if you can.
Buy locally, because then you will know the keeper and the process they use. There is also a website that can help you locate a place in your area and will give you the names of brands to look for. http://www.honeylocator.com/organic_results.asp
We go the person that actually draws off the honey. I just purchased a quart last saturday for $10.00 which I felt was a good deal and the honey was delicious.
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