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a).Some honey are very expensive while others can
be quite cheap,which supposedly corresponds to their
respective quality.How is the quality of a particular
honey determined?
(b) Some types of honey crystallize after some
time.Has the tendency to crystallize any relation to
the quality of a honey.
(c )Are there any way to reduce or prevent a honey
from crystallizing?


a).Some honey are very expensive while others can
be quite cheap,which supposedly corresponds to their
respective quality.How is the quality of a particular
honey determined?
(b) Some types of honey crystallize after some
time.Has the tendency to crystallize any relation to
the quality of a honey.
(c )Are there any way to reduce or prevent a honey
from crystallizing?


Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here are a few things on honey:

1. (Broken Link Removed) (quality in cream honey)

2. http://cordis.europa.eu/data/PROJ_LIFE/ACTIONeqDndSESSIONeq23395200595ndDOCeq180ndTBLeqEN_PROJ.htm (quick test for the evaluation of the quality of honey)

3.
web.uniud.it/eurbee/Proceedings/quality%20control%20residues.pdf (calibratiion equations)

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