I correctly clean out our pantry once per year, then and when I clean out the pantry, I donate all the nonperishable items to a local organization. At times, a local charity will leave a plastic tote on our door and ask that all of us fill it with nonperishable goods, and so, I am always giving away food because it’s the right thing to do especially if I won’t use the items instantaneously. Well, it has been 2 years since I cleaned out our pantry, but recently, I acquired one of those plastic bags which forced myself and others to pull some items out. While I was finding canned goods to place into the bags, I came across a jar of honey that I had purchased from a farmer’s market over 2 years ago, then of course, because it was a local vendor, there was no expiration date on the container, in fact, there was no label on the jar, so I wasn’t even sure what farm this honey came from, then the honey still looked good, despite the fact that I wasn’t sure if honey would expire after a while. So, after I packed the tote for the charity, I did a quick search to determine the expiration date of honey. Turns out, as long as honey is stored properly it will never go awful and is safe to useâ€¦ However, over time, the honey will change colors or may crystallize but as long as it is in a clean air-slim glass bucket away from a heat source, then the honey could potentially last forever. This means that honey has no shelf life which is great to know. I would’ve hated it if I had to toss out the bottle that I found in our pantry.