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  1. Global Manuka Honey Industry 2017 Medicinal Consumption, Health...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | SBWire

    The research report on global Manuka Honey market offers an in-depth analysis, presenting insights into the prime growth factors, which are estimated to encourage demands of Manuka Honey market.This report studies Manuka Honey in Global market, mainly in USA, Europe, China, Asia and India, focuses on Leading players in global market, with production, price, growth, sales and shares. The research report on global Manuka Honey market offers an in-depth analysis, presenting insights into the key growth factors, which are estimated to encourage growth of the global market.

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  2. Poetic Licence: "Bees" by Rachel RoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2016 | Westender

    ... First up? Vancouver Poet Laureate Rachel Rose, with "Bees". The farmer asked me to host a hive and I said yes thinking honey, without the sting, thinking do your small part and let the bees do theirs. The hive was a box of many rooms hot with life. ...

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  3. Sam Fox's Doughbird now hiring for March 28 opening in PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic

    ... of mint and Amaro Montenegro, while the "Afternoon Tea" combines peach and green mango tea with Aperol and clover honey. To bracket the main event, diners can start with baked Buffalo chicken wings or truffle cheese stromboli and finish with warm ...

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  4. The buzz on Arizona's bees and a honey tastingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Sonoran News

    Honeybees have long provided humans with honey and beeswax. They play a major role in plant pollination and are important for the production of agricultural crops contributing $15 billion dollars annually to the American economy.

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  5. The best looking toast you've ever seenRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    ... like the "sweet toast," currently topped with farmer cheese, house-made blueberry compote, blood oranges, buckwheat honey, and edible seeds and flowers. If you like the specials, be sure to say so: The owners are testing out the menu for their new ...

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  6. Brexit for bees needed as foreign strains dilute purity of Welsh honeybeesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    ... at the Centre for Alternative Technology, was hosted by Cywain Bee, an initiative launched two years ago to increase honey production and marketing in Wales. Storm Doris heb ein trechu, cynhadledd gwenyn Cywain yn bwrw mlaen. / Storm Doris did not ...

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  7. Stingless bees have their nests protected by soldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    ... therefore not a solitary case, as it seems there is an astounding variety of social organization among other stingless honey bees," said Dr. Christoph Gruter of Mainz University. The scientists had examined a total of 28 different species from ...

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  8. The One Sugar Mistake That's Slowing Your Weight Loss, According To A NutritionistRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Shefinds.com

    ... mistake I see people making is believing that natural sugars are 'healthy,'" Cutler says. "While maple syrup and raw honey, for example, contain vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that processed white sugar does not, at the end of the day sugar ...

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  9. New Zealanders Offered Sweet InvestmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Scoop

    Whanganui-based Canaan Honey has launched a PledgeMe crowdsourcing campaign for investors looking to get a sweet return: a lifetime supply of honey. A launch party last night saw the season's first harvest of honey with a 3kg bonus honey offered to the first 10 signups.

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  10. Cazenovia family pursues homestead living, hopes to inspire others with new farm expoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Post-Standard

    ... not to get attached. The family raises laying and meat chickens, goats, turkeys, have five bee hives that gallons of honey a year, tap sugar maple trees, and have a large garden. On top of everything they organize the CNY Baby Expo, and their latest ...

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  11. I Tried It: Harvesting Honey at a Myakka ApiaryRead the original story

    Wednesday | Sarasota Magazine

    One sunny Sunday morning in February, I headed out to Myakka to meet Jim Cutway of Myakka's Gold Apiary so we could harvest honey. Cutway, a beekeeper, specializes in raw honey, which is believed to have health-boosting enzymes, help with allergies and be anti-viral and anti-bacterial.

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  12. Amazing, super-sweet natural proteinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | O'Reilly

    ... consumed in every form of processed food such as confectionery, dairy products, or soft drinks. A food company may add honey (40% fructose and 35% glucose), date sugar (80% sucrose), rice syrup (100% glucose), corn syrup (98% glucose), coconut sugar ...

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  13. Rouge Rooster RootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Santa Fe Reporter

    ... bars like Rouge Cat and Blue Rooster both recently failed. This space is awkward. Really awkward. You enter into a honey/candle store and then have to make your way down a staircase. There are attempts to make sense of the set-up by calling the ...

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  14. To the banishment of Ren faire mead - huzzahRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | San Diego Reader

    ... the drink's reputation has been tarnished by low-quality "Ren faire mead," the syrupy, sweet, unsophisticated honey wine served at medieval-history-themed festivals. Golden Coast's mead more closely resembles a dry white wine. "There's a lot of ...

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  15. New scheme for honey loversRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... visit the hive regularly," he said. "A person might pay $500 a year to the beekeeper and only receive 10 kilograms of honey worth $160 - it doesn't make sense. So he has developed a concept called Hive Share and sells beehives but retains management ...

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  16. Comvita to rebalance its China marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... China market. The result for the six months to December 31, 2016, announced yesterday, was down on the Bay of Plenty honey and health products company's net profit after tax of $3 million on sales of $91.1 million for the six month period to ...

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  17. Barfly: Mead, a taste of honey in Point ReyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Marin Independent Journal

    ... out to Point Reyes to visit the Heidrun Meadery. Mead, the quintessential Viking beverage, is wine made from fermented honey and is the stuff of both legend and saga. But the mead at Heidrun is anything but traditional. One sip of its mead and two ...

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  18. Illinois's only true meadery is riding the current wave of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Chicago Reader

    The first time Greg Fischer made mead it was 1975, and he was 15 years old. "It was not very good," he says of the alcoholic beverage made by fermenting honey with yeast.

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  19. Market Close: NZ shares rise, Scales and Mercury gainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Scoop

    ... down 2.7 percent to $1.45, and Chorus declined 1.7 percent to $4. Comvita dropped 2.2 percent to $6.75. The manuka honey company turned to a $7.1 million loss in the first half of its financial year after Chinese authorities cracked down on people ...

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  20. China clampdown hits Comvita net profitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The New Zealand Herald

    Manuka honey company Comvita went into the red in the first half of its financial year, almost entirely due to a decline in sales through the informal or "grey" market trading channels into China. The Te Puke-based company, which has gone from a March 31 to June 30 balance date, warned in January that sales to China through Asian resellers in Australia and New Zealand were down on expectations.

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