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Forest honey is a general name given to varieties of honey made not from flower nectar, but from a sugary secretion of certain insect species that eat plant sap. It is also commonly called honeydew honey or tree honey.
As its name suggests, the plant sap that the insects feed on, then excrete for honey bees to use comes primarily from trees rather than smaller plants because trees are a more abundant source of sap.
However, forest honey can also be made from various grasses or other smaller plants that produce sap, but in smaller amounts.
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