Aussies stirring the honey pot again

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In a study of honey adulteration, meaning the honey had been mixed with other non-honey substances:

"And we also tested some Manuka honey and that failed. That is a boutique brand.
But, as you know, there is something in the order of about 10 times of the amount of Manuka honey sold as there is produced.
The study noted a massive mismatch between the amount of Manuka honey produced in New Zealand a year — 1,700 tonnes versus 10,000 tonnes sold."

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