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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 11:51 am
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White Gold Honey comes from a remote environment in Northern Canada.  The company has very little information on their website at this moment, other than to say that a complete website is coming soon.  White Gold Honey sells honey that is raw, and hand packed.  It solidifies shortly after extraction because it has a low moisture content.  This means their product is pure, unfiltered, unheated, untreated, raw white honey.  It comes in a white cream color instead of the golden color you might expect honey to be.  You cannot buy White Honey Gold products through their website.  However, it is available at Amazon.com.  You can purchase a 2 -pack of 23 ounce containers for $23.54 (before shipping).  It may also be available from Whole Foods, and other natural foods stores.  The price may vary depending on which store you buy it from.

According to LiveStrong, honey is a natural sweetener that contains antioxidants and nutrients.  Raw, unprocessed, honey retains all the enzymes, pollen, royal jelly, propolios, rich vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrate content.  It can help with healthy digestion, is good for colds and coughs, and can calm the nerves.  Hopefully, when White Gold Honey gets its website up and running it will show where its headquarters are located at.  Until then, you contact the company by email: info@whitegoldhoney.com.

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