In the public interest the following 3 posts contains actual emails which form part of the extensive range of evidence about the CEM ‘honey’ fraud.
How CEM lies to supermarkets to cover up the fraudulent CEM ‘honey’ operation.
Note: This post follows on from the articles…
Click on this link to open Evidence 1 email or click on the image below..
This is an email sent to a large supermarket retailer by CEM about the source of their ‘honey’ products. The email contains several lies and also diversionary half-truths which are exposed below …
Lie 1: ‘we would like to make clear that our company fully support small bee farmers around the country where our honey is sourced from’.
Truth 1: No Philippine bee farmers supply CEM, and CEM do not ‘support’ any of them.
Lie 2: ‘our customers’ benefit is always top of mind etc’.
Truth 2: As will be seen in the next post, CEM have a distain for their customers, have no website, no published contact number and no customer contact interface. CEM will not respond to customers (unless via a large retailer). This is because they run a fraudulent business and do not want their customers to know the truth.
Lies 3, 4 etc and diversionary half-truths: ‘The sourced honey then undergoes processes to make it viable for public use etc etc.’
Truths 3, 4 etc and other truths: Pure bee honey does not need to undergo the factory processes described. Why would a hard-working beekeeper allow his precious bee honey to be ruined by CEM and then sold under their label at a fraction of the price that a beekeeper could have obtained for his genuine honey?! CEM is trying to confuse the retailer since the bulk of their product is factory-produced to try and simulate ‘genuine bee honey’. The bulk of CEM’s ‘commercial honey’ is essentially cheap industrially made fake honey which is sold to the public as genuine Philippine bee honey. (The chemicals used and the factory heating process produces the ‘sour’ taste often commented upon by customers. Genuine bee honey has a complex natural construction and a different taste which is not matched by CEM ‘honey’.)
Factual summary: CEM was essentially asked from where they sourced their ‘honey’, and they lied repeatedly to try and cover up their fraudulent operation.
(There is a large amount of email and other evidence including chemical analysis to back up this assertion. Other posts on ‘honey fraud’ also provide further information.)
The truth is that CEM have no ‘bee farms’ and no Philippine beekeepers supply them with bee honey. No Philippine bees are involved in the manufacture of CEM ‘honey’, despite the claim by CEM that they ‘fully support small bee farmers around the country where our honey is sourced from’. Their labels are essentially another big lie. CEM will do almost anything to ‘avoid the truth’ and continue a fraud which cheat retailers and millions of customers.
Both CEM and the FDA have been sent copies of the information provided here, so that they have the maximum opportunity to comment on the details provided in these articles.
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