A Chinese beekeeper harvests honey beside a rapeseed field in Anhui province. China is a major producer of honey and bee products.
December 13, 2011 More than half of the honey that Americans consume today is imported from abroad, but some say the industry is plagued by forgery and illicit products from Asia. Five of the biggest American honey retailers are now setting up a system that they hope will clear away suspicion that illegal Chinese honey has infiltrated the honey supply.
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