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"Honey Sold On The Street Poses Health Risks"

Bee farmers and honey producers say it is unsafe to buy honey from street vendors as the product could be fake and pose health risks.

The founder of Bee’s Honey Company, Welcome Bhila said people should desist from buying the cheap honey sold on the streets as most of it is fake and should rather buy from reputable sources. He said:

Some people will have been prescribed pure honey and end up using syrup which has high sugar content thereby putting their lives at risk.

There are a few home tests that one can do to check if their honey is fake or pure but they are not 100 per cent effective.

If you pour honey into an open white plate, add some water and stir, it should give you the design of a honeycomb.

One Ntombizodwa Ndlovu who sells honey along 5th Avenue in Bulawayo admitted that some street vendors were selling fake honey. She said:

Yes, some people are selling honey mixed with syrup claiming it’s pure honey.

This is unfair because some of our customers buy the honey for health reasons.

More: Chronicle


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8 Comments

tio 3 weeks ago

sweet


zimboy 1 month ago

nice try mr man....will always live upon those streets


obama 1 month ago

h


Barrack Obama 1 month ago

if you want to see kuti it's pure honey nyika stick ye matches imomo then okwenya ukaona ikaramba kubaka hausi huchi asi ikabaka it's pure


liar 1 month ago

ukaiswa huchi ushoma zvosanganiswa nesugar inobvisa but unozoona sugar iya huchi hwapera cause unoenda pamusoro

walas 1 month ago

hausi huchi muroad umu vanhuwe isugar yakabhoila nemvura zvakaiswa lemon flavor matsotsi vanhu ava


putin 1 month ago

vanosiaaaa suger nemazana mausoro mbavhaa dzemustreet iniii ndoburaaa ndegaaa


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Isaac 1 month ago

Cool! Also heard that honey doesn't go bad



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