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Introduction The natural properties of honey are considered to be influential on its microorganism content. The primary source of honey contamination by microorganisms is the initial occurrence of moulds, yeasts, and bacterial spores originating from sources when the nectar is being harvested, stored, and matured. These primary sources are pollen and the digestive tract of the honey bee. A high concentration of sugars and substances like gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide suppress the growth of vegetative forms of bacteria ( 2 , 12 , 17 ). Clostridium spp

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