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Volume 5 - Honey
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1. Honey is the food that meets the standard set out in section B.18.025 of the Food and Drug Regulations and
- if it is derived mainly from the nectar of blossoms, meets the standard set out in section B.18.026 of the Food and Drug Regulations; or
- if it is derived from secretions of living plants or from secretions on living plants, meets the standard set out in section B.18.027 of the Food and Drug Regulations.
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