June, 2012

 

Barbaras Crunchy Granola Oats and HoneyA hint of honey combined with toasted whole grain oats provides a tempting snack and nearly 50% of a person’s daily whole grain needs. Barbara’s granola bars are 100% natural and are made with organic ingredients.

Barbara’s began in 1971 when Barbara Jaffe found her calling and began creating wholesome food that was free from anything artificial. The commitment to quality remains the same today and Barbara’s products are free of artificial preservatives and ingredients.

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Lundberg Eco Farmed Honey Nut Rice CakesLundberg Honey Nut Rice Cakes are sweetened with honey, made with whole grain brown rice and sea salt and contain only 80 calories per cake. Lundberg rice cakes include two times as much rice as other brands, ensuring that they are loaded with flavor, value and nutrition.

Lundberg Family Farms® is located in Richvale, California and is committed to producing the finest quality rice products. The company also carries Honey Dijon Rice Chips.

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Honey FAQ: How does the color of honey impact its taste?

The colors of honey form a continuous range from water white to dark amber. The color of honey is related to its mineral content and is characteristic of its floral source. Light colored honey typically has a mild flavor, while dark colored honey is usually stronger in flavor. The Pfund color grader is a device used by the honey industry to measure the color of honey. The respective color designations, applicable range of each color, color range on the Pfund scale and optical density of freshly prepared caramel-glycerin solutions (USDA method) are presented on the following table.

 

* Optical density (absorbance = 100/percent trans-mittance), at 560 nm for 3.15 cm thickness for caramel-glycerin solutions measured versus equal cell containing glycerin.

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