We've all see it, that jar of more expensive raw honey sitting next to the "regular honey". And there's a ton of health sites and people claiming its better because its unfiltered and unheated. Raw honey may contain small amounts of pollen that are then removed during processing or filtering.
However, honey is produced by honeybees from the nectar of plants, not pollen. The amount of pollen in honey is tiny and not enough to affect the nutrient value of honey. It literally doesn't matter if it's in there or not.
"A 2012 study by the National Honey Board analyzed vitamins, minerals and antioxidant levels in raw and processed honey. The study showed that processing significantly reduced the pollen content of the honey, but did not affect the nutrient content or antioxidant activity, leading the researchers to conclude that the micronutrient profile of honey is not associated with its pollen content and is not affected by commercial processing."
(source: https://www.honey.com/faq )
But of course this doesn't fit the narrative of the businesses marketing it to you at an increased cost due to it being "better". So next time go for the honey you like or the one that's easiest on your wallet.