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Food Chemistry: The Reasons Why Honey Does Not Spoil

Food Chemistry: The Reasons Why Honey Does Not Spoil



They say honey does not spoil or expire. It is definitely true as long as it is kept properly. In fact, the oldest honey unearth by archeologists was about 5,500 years old. The archeologists discovered this honey in the tomb of a woman in Georgia in East Europe. The previously recognized oldest honey, which was found in the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen, was about 3,000 years old. And both honeys were still in their edible form! What’s so different with honey that expiry dates seemingly do not apply to it?



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