There are a few incorrect answers on the questionnaire. There are also a couple of dated questions. An example is about the "latest report" of africanized bees found in the wing of a plane in South Carolina. This was from 2002 which is rather dated compared to current reports of africanized bees in Florida. There is also a question about the various sugar contents of honey which states that sucrose is not a normal component of honey. Nectar as secreted by plants is sucrose which is then inverted by the bees to fructose and glucose. There is always a small amount of sucrose that is not inverted. It is typically 2% or less of the total sugar content of ripened honey. You can feed table sugar to bees and they will invert it from sucrose and make something similar to honey. The way you detect such adulteration is not by measuring the sucrose content, but rather by checking for the proteins made by sugar cane or sugar beets.