Do you know, that...
Honey will never go bad.
Honey in its natural state is very low in moisture and very acidic: two primary defenses against food spoilage. In a low-moisture and high-acid environment like a sealed jar, bacteria will die almost immediately, according to the Honey and Pollination Center at the Robert Mondavi Institute at University of California.
This could explain why archaeologists have found pots of honey from thousands of years ago that still looked fresh.
It is a myth, however, that honey is the only food that will last forever: salt, sugar, and raw rice also have eternal shelf lives