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Honey in Jewish history

Honey has been an ingredient in Jewish life for almost 5,000 years – since the Israelites were slaves in Egypt and God promised to rescue them “and to bring them to a good and spacious land, a land flowing with … Continue reading

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University concocts honey processing technology

Scientists at the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) have developed an efficient honey processing technology for domestic bee-keepers. Read more

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Honey may be sweet allergy medicine

When it comes to treating allergies, local bee honey might be the best medicine for some people. Paul Fleckenstein is a local beekeeper and said more people are using honey to treat allergy symptoms like sneezing, itchy watery eyes, headaches … Continue reading

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Honey creates buzz for Jewish new year

Here is a story about Jewish cooking traditions using honey. Read more

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Famed tupelo honey crop threatened by development

Beekeepers and scientists say the unique tupelo honey that made Wewahitchka in the Florida Panhandle famous is threatened by fast-paced development. Read more

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Nepalese wild honey highly prized

In recent years, honey hunters and the tradition of honey hunting in Nepal have become famous all over the world. National Geographic and some other television channels related to wildlife are playing vital roles in this respect. Read more

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Six brands of honey taken off shelves

Six brands of honey have been ordered to be taken off shop shelves in Hong Kong after they were found to be contaminated with the banned antibiotic chloramphenicol. Read more

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