Manuka New Zealand
Manuka New Zealand's Manuka honeys are 100% natural monofloral Manuka honeys exclusively from New Zealand. Sourced from its own beehives or sourced from outside New Zealand beekeepers. Manuka New Zealand produces, processes and packages all its monofloral Manuka Honey in New Zealand. And tests all of its monofloral manuka honeys for the active ingredients: Methylglyoxal (MGO), Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), and Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) levels. And color, conductivity, taste, aroma, presence of Manuka-type pollen, moisture content and microbiological parameters.
What is Manuka Honey?
MGO Manuka Honey comes from the native Manuka shrub (Leptospermum scoparium) in New Zealand, which has grown wild in this pristine, rugged landscape for over 80 million years. Due to the unique climatic conditions and the isolated location of New Zealand, the Manuka shrub has developed an excellent and above all unique very powerful bioactivity. The native Maori used the leaves and bark of the Manuka shrub for a variety of internal and external ailments. In 1839, the first honey bees were brought to New Zealand by European settlers. For nearly a hundred years, the benefits of Manuka honey remained unknown. The remarkable properties of Manuka honey have only been discovered in recent decades.
The special qualities and properties of MGO Manuka honey cannot be found in any other honey on the planet. Manuka honey is the only 100% natural product that naturally contains high levels of Methylglyoxal (MGO). It is known that Manuka honey in the right strength nourishes the body and supports self-healing capacity.
What Makes Manuka Honey Special?
Manuka honey is the first honey that has been so extensively researched and recognized for its special natural properties. This rare honey is only produced for a few weeks each year when the Manuka tree is in bloom. Manuka nectar provides the special natural compounds that make Manuka honey the most prized honey - a combination of the ancient properties of honey and the powerful properties of the New Zealand Manuka tree.
How pure is the honey?
The most important measure for protecting Manuka Zealand's monofloral manuka honey is the placement of the hives: remote, unspoilt locations are chosen far from farmland. As a result, the risk of the presence of herbicides and pesticides at these locations is minimal.
100% New Zealand; 100% reliable, 100% measurable, 100% original!