Beware of fake honey in the market, warns lecturer


Munirah holding a stingless bee honeycomb. Honey comes from nectar gathered by honey bees.

THE public should take extra precautions when buying honey from the market, particularly those that lack labels or information on the origins of the product.

Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Pasir Gudang campus Applied Science Chemistry Depart-ment senior lecturer Munirah Onn said the pandemic has generated greater awareness on the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.

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