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Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz)

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Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz)
1 Bottle = 16 oz (1 lb) 454 g; Honey - Pure Clover. US Grade A. Quality assured. Made in USA, Canada, Argentina.

  • 1 Bottle of 16 oz (1 lb) 454 g
  • Kosher
  • Ingredients: Honey
  • Manufacturer: Meijer Distribution, Inc.
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Do not feed honey to infants under 1 year of age.

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Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz)
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

very sweet

By l

from lansing mi

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz):

we all love this honey

 
5.0

don't judge a book by its cover

By Bandit

from Oklahoma

About Me Health Conscious

Pros

  • Flavorful
  • Non-Perishable

Cons

  • NO CONS

Best Uses

  • Multable use

Comments about Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz):

Better than the named brands. Bought this one when I was in a Meijer's store while visiting a friend and loved it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Honey is a gift from Heaven.

By Cerasela

from Birmingham, Michigan.

About Me Foodie, Organic Nut

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Better than sugar
  • Can taste the flowers
  • Diabetes friendly
  • Easy To Prepare
  • Flavorful
  • Good Value
  • Non-Perishable
  • Well Packaged

Cons

  • Really no cons only pros

Best Uses

  • Add Flavor
  • Anytime
  • Entertaining
  • Gift
  • Holidays
  • Old Remedy
  • Smoothie Ingredient
  • Snack
  • Tea Sweetner

Comments about Meijer Pure Clover Honey - 1 Bottle (16 oz):

You can't really make honey, no matter how sophisticated your technology is...it is a gift that only the honey bees have. And it is our gift to use and enjoy, given that we can stop the "colony collapse". You can't really control where a bee flies to gather nectar, so it can not be labeled "organic", but in a sense it has to be the most delicious thing there is. It can replace refined sugar in a diabetic diet; it can be used by anyone that is health conscious. You can taste it and imagine that you smell and feel all the beauty of the flowers that the bees visited. I can write a whole book here, but you get the idea. Read about honey bees, you will be surprised how much you will enjoy it, probably as much as you enjoy the honey. Uses: sweetener, smoothies, baking, cooking, masks, one spoon at night can help you have a safer sleep (there is a scientific explanation for it; I'll let you discover it). One spoon in the morning with a cup of warm water is the old remedy for being regular...sorry, I could not resist, my nursing background. Many many uses and don't forget to read about the beloved honey bees. It's up to them that we have vegetables, fruits etc. so by buying and supporting them, you actually support your own well-being and many species that are interconnected with the honey bee existence.

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