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August 19, 2013 3:10 PM

Raw honey: one of nature’s pure foods

I’ve always been interested in how our foods are grown or produced, but quite frankly, had never given honey much thought. But that was prior to my recent visit to the Ozarks. There I was privileged to learn about bees and honey production from John Moore, past president of Drury University, who began beekeeping three years ago.

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