Our expert says:
According to the SA Food Tables, honey provides 1271 g per 100 ml or 64 kJ per teaspoon and white sugar contains 1615 kJ per 100 g or 81 kJ. Keep in mind that honey is also rich in sugars, but it contains nearly 17% water which is why it is lower in energy.
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