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Originally posted by Aim64C
Would everyone please quit being a douche about this?
Originally posted by Majic
The only immutable law of the universe is the Law of Irony.
Does it suddenly turn that bottle of honey into a bottle of flavored liquid plastic? No.
Maybe not flavored plastic, but it certainly isn't honey anymore. It is just a sucrose/glucose/fructose blend of sweeteners.
The recent Corn Industry commercials claim corn syrup is identical to sugar and perfectly safe, but they avoid the fact that industries use "high-fructose" corn syrup, and it is not identical to sugar.
We need a truth in labelling. When we distill wine it becomes schnapps or shine, it is different than it was originally. Many things change when heated. I worked in a juice factory, and it is extremely difficult to make Lemonade stay Yellow after it is pasteurized. It is also extremely difficult to maintain the fruity flavors. A single degree one way or another changes the composition of the juice.
So, I say, if it is filtered, pasteurized, and bottled in bulk, then it probably shouldn't be called honey.
Learn more: www.naturalnews.com/034102_honey_consumer_alert.html#ixzz1dG1VEyl4
According to FSN, much of this imposter honey is more likely being secretly imported from China, and may even be contaminated with antibiotic drugs and other foreign materials.
Andrew Schneider is an American screenwriter and television producer, whose credits include writing for The Sopranos, Northern Exposure, and Alien Nation. He frequently co-writes episodes with his wife, Diane Frolov. In 1992 Schneider won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for his work on the Northern Exposure episode "Seoul Mates". The award was shared with Frolov as they co-wrote the episode. Schneider was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for best dramatic series at the February 2008 ceremony for his work on the sixth season of The Sopranos.