Request to the CEM company

FAO: CEM General Merchandising Company
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
For many years CEM has been the Philippines largest supplier of ‘honey’ to the nations supermarkets.
However, the CEM company is well aware that a great many people do not believe that CEM ‘honey’ is genuine bee honey from the Philippines.
These links will demonstrate that your company is accused of criminally trading in fraudulent honey..
CEM has had every opportunity to provide some evidence of the sourcing of your ‘honey’ products for the benefit of your customers.
However, CEM provides no website or any information at all, despite frequent requests from customers and for a public open forum.
Evidently, CEM appears to have no regard for the customer or the truth, and is prepared to continue this criminal fraud for as long as possible.
Once again, CEM is asked to respond to these allegations and inform customers and the public whether the company is trading legitimately supplying genuine Philippine bee honey to the supermarkets as the CEM labelling clearly indicates and as is claimed in CEM documentation.
(Any information the CEM company provide will be published unedited on the beephilippines.info website.)

Below is the email sent to the CEM company..

CEM email

About Julian

Julian Wright is a British agricultural scientist married to a Philippine teacher, who has a house and some land planted to coconuts and other crops near Dumaguete in the Philippines.
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