"Antioxidant honey"

A honey sold at health food stores is labeled as "antioxidant honey"...


Claiming a food product contains antioxidants needs to be backed up with data (on the package) showing that one serving (1 Tbsp in the case of honey) contains at least 10% of the Daily Value for at least one FDA-defined antioxidant. The Nutrition Facts for this product does not show any antioxidants in one serving. Honey is not a good source of antioxidants.

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