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Mike Everly, Founder, Bees & Trees Manuka Honey

Mike Talks About Manuka, New Zealand, and Our Process

February 15, 2018

In a series of short videos, Mike Everly, our Founder and the Owner of Bees and Trees Manuka Honey, has put his video camera to work so that he can show you the beautiful landscape at one of our sites in New Zealand while he tells us about the Manuka tree, the bees, and some of the honey production process.

In this video, Mike talks about where Manuka honey comes from, the New Zealand forest, and our process for producing Manuka honey. It's just Mike, his camera, and the bees and trees. So don't be surprised when runs out of video at the end. With Bees and Trees Manuka Honey, you always get raw and real; whether it's our honey or our videos! :-)

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