More and more people encounter food only in its processed form. Grains are perceived as flour from the shelf, meat as nice packages. The milk is made into cartons, plastic, or glass bottles.
A fast lifestyle and an overflow of information fool us in an interesting way. We live on the surface, we have little desire and time to get to know each other, and we miss the essence of things.
Honey from the shelf for a bargain price. If you are not a beekeeper, it does not occur to you that it is almost impossible to get it for such a low price from bees.
Do you wonder why your honey is transparent,
still not crystallized for the third year running
and pancakes are covered beautifully with it?
The fact that it is a dead sugar solution with a
little boiled honey is absent from the label. This
laboratory syrup did not support pollination,
beekeepers or nature and should therefore, not
be referred to as ‘honey’.
The fact is, that the honey is fake, and what is
worse, it’s mass-produced. What are the
reasons and consequences? That is why we
have invited an international group of experts
who will take a closer look into counterfeit
honey with us!
This, and much more we’d like to discuss, will take place at the international conference titled "Honey Fraud Industry" at the Bratislava NH Gate One congress Hotel, November 8, 2020. Join the live broadcast! PURCHASE ACCESS!