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Low Moisture Content

Low Moisture Content

Honey has a very low moisture content, typically around 17 to 18%. Bacteria and microorganisms require a certain level of moisture to thrive and multiply. In honey, the low moisture content inhibits the growth of these microorganisms, making it an inhospitable environment for spoilage.


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