Purity Certificate

Dabur Honey completely complies with FSSAI(Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) for testing Honey & is 100% pure

The recent reports seem motivated and aimed at maligning our brand. We assure our consumers that Dabur Honey is 100% Pure. It is 100% indigenous, collected naturally from Indian sources and packed with no added sugar or other adulterants. We also assure our consumers that Dabur does not import any Honey/syrup from China and our Honey is sourced entirely from Indian beekeepers.

Dabur is complying with the 22 parameters (listed below) mandated by FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) for testing Honey. In addition, Dabur Honey is also tested for the presence of antibiotics, as mandated by FSSAI. All this ensures that Dabur Honey is 100% Pure without any adulteration. The FSSAI report of our honey is attached here for your ready reference.

Following are the list of tests mandated by FSSAI, which Dabur Honey has cleared:

  1. Moisture Content (% by Mass)
  2. Total Reducing Sugar (% by Mass) , Min.
  3. Fructose to Glucose Ratio
  4. Sucrose (% by Mass), Max.
  5. Hydroxy-Methyl-Furfural (mg/Kg) ,Max.
  6. Total Ash (% by Mass), Max.
  7. Specific Gravity (at 27°C), Min.
  8. Acidity expressed as Formic Acid (% by Mass), Max.
  9. Free Acidity (Mili-equivalents acid per 1000 gm), Max
  10. Pollen Count and Plant Elements (per gm), Min.
  11. Diastase Activity (Schade unit per gm) , Min.
  12. Proline (mg per kg), Min.
  13. Water Insoluble Matters (% by mass), Max.
  14. Electrical Conductivity (mS/cm), Max.
  15. Heavy Metals
    1. Lead (ppm)
    2. Copper (ppm)
    3. Arsenic (ppm)
    4. Tin (ppm)
    5. Cadmium (ppm)
    6. Mercury (ppm)
    7. Methyl Mercury (ppm)
  16. C4 Sugar, Percent by Mass, Max.
  17. Delta δ13C Max (maximum difference between all major δ13C values); per mil
  18. Delta δ13C Fru-Glu (the difference in 13C /12C ratio between fructose and glucose); per mil
  19. Delta δ13C Protein-Honey (the difference in 13C /12C between Honey and its associated protein extracts); per mil
  20. 2-Acetylfuran-3-Glucopyranoside (2-AFGP) as marker for rice syrup
  21. Foreign Oligosaccharides (Max percent Peak)
  22. Antibiotics (10 Nos)
    1. Chloramphenicol (µg/kg)
    2. Nitrofurans & its metabolites (µg/kg) – 4 Nos.
    3. Sulphonamides and its metabolites (µg/kg) – 14 Nos.
    4. Streptomycin (µg/kg)
    5. Ampicillin (µg/kg)
    6. Enrofloxacin (µg/kg)
    7. Ciprofloxacin (µg/kg)
    8. Erythromycin (µg/kg)
    9. Tylosin (µg/kg)
    10. Tetracycline (µg/kg)
      1. Oxytetracycline (µg/kg)
      2. Chlortetracycline (µg/kg)