MANUKA HONEY BENEFITS

Manuka honey is a complex honey that goes far beyond a simple table honey. 

We like to think of it as the ultimate combo of plant power and bee magic –the powerful properties of the Manuka tree combined with the goodness of honey.  

Manuka honey has been the focus of extensive scientific research evidencing remarkable natural qualities that set it apart from other honeys. 

Look for MGO or UMF certification on the label to help select the right grade for your needs. The higher the number the higher the MGO potency (MGO is what makes Manuka honey so special). READ MORE ABOUT MGO

 

Manuka Honey & Wellbeing 

As much as we’d love to, due to New Zealand’s food regulations we’re unable to talk about health applications and effects of Manuka honey.

We know Manuka honey is a family favourite because people tell us this all the time! Fans tell us they like to use it as a winter wellbeing remedy, a natural boost or as a wholefood alternative to refined sugar. 

How to get the most out of your Manuka honey

Spoon it, slather it, drizzle it, stir it - Manuka honey is versatile, simple to use and tastes delicious.

The best way to enjoy it is right off the spoon or mixed in warm water, tea or coffee. It makes a great replacement for refined sugar, and is the perfect accompaniment to breakfast foods and smoothies. 

Manuka honey provides a natural boost pre or post workout, makes for a wholesome treat in the  kid's lunches and is the perfect pick-me-up that won't crash you down.

It's also a great treat for your skin. LEARN MORE

Manuka honey can be enjoyed by the whole family (over 1 yr of age).

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Storage Tips

All our honeys are 100% natural and as such the colour, texture and taste can vary slightly from batch to batch and can develop with age (just like fine wine).

Manuka honey should be stored in the pantry, not in the fridge. Cold temperatures can result in crystallisation of the honey (but don’t worry, the honey is still fine to eat).

Avoid exposure to prolonged high heat to protect the natural properties of the honey.

Pro tip – if ants love your Manuka honey as much as you do, keep the jar in a shallow dish of water (ants can’t swim!).