Trader Joe’s Multi-Floral and Clover Honey

My family eats a lot of honey. We like peanut butter and honey sandwiches. I also like to sweeten plain yogurt for breakfast with honey, and I stir a little honey into my daily cup of tea to sweeten it. For a healthy treat, we like making ice pops with plain yogurt pureed with fruit and honey.

I buy locally produced honey whenever I can, especially after news came out a few years ago about “honey laundering” and how some cheap honey bottles contain fillers, chemicals, and other undesirable additives. I usually buy local honey from a farmers’ market, or some of my local large-inventory grocery stores sell a few local honey varieties. While it isn’t locally produced, I’ve also purchased honey from Trader Joe’s, which is a cousin to Aldi. TJ’s sells several honey varieties, including organic raw honey.

I recently tried another type of honey from Trader Joe’s: honey packed in a classic plastic bear squeeze bottle.

Trader Joe's Multi-Floral and Clover Honey

Trader Joe’s Multi-Floral and Clover Honey cost $3.99 for a 12-ounce bottle at the time of publication.

This is Grade A and is a product of the U.S., and it’s kosher. Honey should not be fed to infants less than one year of age. This honey is best stored at room temperature.

Trader Joe's Multi-Floral and Clover Honey

Nutrition information. (Click to enlarge.)

One bottle has about 16 one-tablespoon servings. One serving has 60 calories and 17 grams of total sugars. The bottle states: “One serving adds 17 grams of sugar to your diet and represents 34% of the Daily Value for Added Sugars.”

Similar to other TJ’s honey products I’ve purchased, this honey bottle does not have a True Source Certified seal indicating the honey was voluntarily traced by a third party. On the other hand, some of the honey that Aldi sells does display the True Source Certified seal.

In terms of taste, this TJ’s honey bear is like most store-bought honey I’ve had. It tastes fine. It works well for whatever we want to use it for — on sandwiches, in yogurt, in tea, etc.

The Verdict:

Trader Joe’s Multi-Floral and Clover Honey comes in a standard bear-shaped plastic bottle and is one of the more basic honey options TJ’s sells. It’s produced in the U.S. and tastes like we’d expect it to. If you need honey, this is a decent option.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

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