Honey lovers likely aren't getting what they pay for in stores, according to Vaughn Bryant, a Texas A&M anthropology professor who is lobbying legislators to put stronger restrictions on imported honey.
"Suppose you went to a restaurant and you really like fine wines and you went to the wine list and there was a wine bottled in France from 1992 for $200 a bottle," said Bryant, who is considered an expert on honey. "You want to impress your friends so you order it. Suppose that it really came from the Napa Valley and it was bottled last year.
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