What is Mānuka Honey?

Mānuka honey is produced by European honey bees (Apis mellifera) foraging on the mānuka (Leptospermum scoparium)

Mānuka honey for export from New Zealand must be independently tested and pass the Mānuka Honey Science Definition test as specified by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), The test comprises five attributes. Four (4) are chemical and one (1) is DNA of Leptospermum scoparium. The honey must pass all five tests to be labeled as mānuka. This testing came into effect on 5 January 2018.

UMF stands for Unique Manuka Factor, a grading system that uses a scale of 5 to 20 to gauge each batch of honey’s antibacterial strength.

“Manuka honey differs from other types of honey because of its bioactive properties. It contains dietary methylglyoxal, which forms naturally in the manuka flower’s nectar and is said to give the honey its healing properties.”

Manuka honey is thicker than table honey, darker and more creamy. It has a natural level of sweetness with a slight woody taste due to the high level of phenolic acids which are antioxidants. 

We believe that the essence of a healthy lifestyle is nourishing your body with the best nutrients and giving it the exercise it deserves.  The path to greater health begins with what you choose to fuel your body with. 

Thus we aim at ensuring provide our customer with premium and 100% pure natural manuka honey.  To be the trusted and reliable Manuka Honey partner to our clients




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