Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee discussed the possibility of Capilano Honey being recalled from retailers in a telephone conversation with Simon Mulvany on the 4/10/16 because of the health and safety fears that many people, including this website, have raised. Below is a smoking gun government report that shows the health and safety fears of toxic and poisonous honey are well justified and explains why CEO Ben McKee flagged a possible recall of Capilano Honey.
The question that every Australian should ask is if the government knows bees and their honey is being poisoned then why haven’t they done anything?
It is a question they are also asking in America. Rollingstone.com wrote an article in August 2015 titled “What Is Killing America’s Bees and What Does It Mean for Us?” with a subtitle “Pollinators are vanishing, and a silent spring could become a horrifying reality. So why won’t the EPA do more?” (Click here to read) The article investigates why bees are dying from a “new class of insecticides called neonicotinoids“. The EPA they talk about not doing enough is the Environmental Protection Agency in America.
Capilano Honey and their CEO Ben McKee instituted frivolous and vexatious defamation proceedings against whistleblower and consumer activist Simon Mulvany in February 2016 because he wrote about the health and safety dangers of Capilano Honey. In September 2016 I wrote an article about Capilano suing Mr Mulvany titled “Australia’s Capilano Honey admit selling toxic and poisonous honey to consumers” that went viral and initiated other media reports in Australia and Asia.
I also wrote 2 follow-up articles (Click here and here to read) and then Capilano Honey and Ben McKee took out a super-injunction against me to take down 2 of the articles on the understanding that they would institute defamation proceedings against me. I ignored the super-injunction as it was illegally issued and at this point Capilano Honey and Ben McKee have failed to serve me with the defamation proceedings documents and I doubt that they will. (Click here and here to read about the super-injunction)
On the 4th of October 2016 Ben McKee phoned Simon Mulvany which he shouldn’t have done given he is suing Mr Mulvany for defamation and any communication should have been through their lawyers. Simon Mulvany tells me that Ben McKee tried to blame him for the situation and Ben McKee said:
“How would you feel if there was a product recall of Australian honey in the next few months because it is a possibility “