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Sourcing Honey

Regulations on Buying Honey Directly from Farmers

Honey in clean containers may be purchased from any farmer.

Food Buying Guide Specifications

Reference: Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service

Food As Purchased (How the Product Can Be Purchased)

Purchase Unit (How You Should Order the Product)

Servings per Purchase Unit (How Many Servings You Will Get Per Purchase Unit)

Serving Size per Meal Contribution (For Each Meal Component Category)

Amount Needed to Buy of the Purchase Units for 100 Servings

Additional Information (AP = As Purchased)

Honey

Pound

22.3 Servings

1 tablespoon honey

4.5 Pounds

1 pound of honey is about 1 and 3/8 cups of honey

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