Int'l honey market attractive, but ha...

Int'l honey market attractive, but hard to taste -- Nepalese beekeepers

There are 2 comments on the Xinhuanet story from Jan 3, 2012, titled Int'l honey market attractive, but hard to taste -- Nepalese beekeepers. In it, Xinhuanet reports that:

However, in lack of proper channel and high-technology lab testing, the targeted aim for an international market still seems farfetched.

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JohnS

Merrylands, Australia

#1 Jan 3, 2012
Fake Honey, mis-information about honey and a stonewalled market??????

Sounds very familiar. The Nepalese do not have all of that to themselves.
Honey Lube

Miami, FL

#2 Jan 10, 2012
very interesting, Honey Care Products uses 100% real organic honey in all personal care products, take a look at honeycareproducts.com

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