Preventing contamination of cane sugar in your honey is the key to providing a top grade product for market. Sugar (cane sugar) feeding bees is still recognised as a good way to ensure brood stock survival through colder winter months, or stimulating brood growth in spring. Sugar can also entice bees to stay around particular unifloral varieties for pollination. However, if this cane sugar is transferred from brood boxes or stored in top boxes during the collection phase, then it can “contaminate” and affect the purity of the honey. Other undesirable practises such as honey collection from bro..