Temporarily Out of Stock

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Temporarily Out of Stock - Due to the COVID slowdown in ocean freight transit times, our shipment of honey from NZ is delayed. We are accepting orders, which we expect to ship in the order they are received starting August 25th.

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Customer Reviews

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Felicia

Delicious.

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Roxzane

Oh it was so creamy and Carmel tasting I absolutely love it. When I put it in my coffee I just need a little bit to sweeten it but most of the time I just take it by a spoonful.

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Kathy

Packaged beautifully fast delivery. Most of all delecious

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Brad

Love it

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Jeanne

Does a great job protecting contents

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Choosing Your Mānuka:

Shopping for Mānuka honey requires an understanding of the testing, ratings, and labeling standards that describe the potency or bioactivity of the honey. Region of origin and honey production methods differentiate premium Manuka brands.

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Good Labeling for Manuka Honey–MG or UMF

Manuka Honey labels should always tell you the levels of MG (dietary methylglyoxal) in the honey. MG is a naturally occurring organic compound found in Mānuka honey that correlates to its antibacterial properties. The higher the concentration of MG, the stronger the wellness and healing properties. UMF(Unique Mānuka Factor) is an alternative scale that also correlates with the levels of MG in the honey. Avoid brands that use other, non-MG measures or nomenclature.

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Small-Batch vs. Commercial Production

Our Mānuka honey is raw and minimally processed. The bees make it, we extract it and pack it in glass jars, that's it. Unlike much commercially produced Mānuka honey, we avoid blending with other honeys, pasteurizing, or otherwise over-processing commonly found in the industry. Consider this when you are choosing your brand of Mānuka!

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Where Did My Honey Come From?

All Mānuka honey should come directly from New Zealand – the only place it can be authentically produced. Bees & Trees Honey carries the New Zealand FernMark License, which certifies native New Zealand products. Our Mānuka honey is region-specific to Taranaki, and we produce all of the Mānuka honey that we sell. Straight from our honey farm to your table, our Mānuka honey is pure and completely ours. We are not aiming to sell the most Mānuka honey, just the best.

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