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Sustainable, versatile, global, delicious: Honey's got buzz
by Katie Workman
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24 February 2020
On 24 February 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Why is a food that's been part of the human diet for millennia suddenly so trendy? First, of course, honey is delicious and versatile. ... Honey is produced all over the world, so as we explore new cuisines, we're seeing the many ways honey can be utilized. Increased awareness of the importance of bees and pollination also has a lot to do with why people are seeking out honey, says Lori Jean Levy, CEO and owner of My Global Table, an importer of specialty goods.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Elyse Hohnerlein, operations coordinator for Savannah Bee Honey, in Savannah, Georgia, notes that honey producers support 'both the beekeepers and the bees.'
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