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Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)

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Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
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Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)
Manuka Honey UMF 24+(MGO 1123)

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100% Monofloral New Zealand Honey. Made from local ingredients. Non GMO.

Take one teaspoon (10 g) per day. Store in a cool dry place below 20°C. Not suitable for infants under 12 months old.

Q: Can Mānuka Honey be taken during pregnancy? 
A: We advise that you check with your health care professional before taking any health supplements during your pregnancy. 

 

Q: Can children take Mānuka Honey? 
A: We do not recommend that honey be given to children who are under the age of 12 months.

 

Q: Can I take Mānuka Honey if I have diabetes?
A: We advise anyone with diabetes to consult their healthcare professional before consuming honey.  

 

Q: Where does Manuka South source their honey?
A: We source our honey from Beekeepers throughout New Zealand. 

 

Q: How is Manuka South’s honey unique?
A: Mānuka honey is derived from the nectar of the Mānuka flower. A scarce and natural resource found only in New Zealand. Mānuka honey has a very limited harvest period and can only be collected during flowering that only lasts for 2- 6 weeks each year. The honey is unique as it contains special health properties using to support digestion, health, and healing. Mānuka honey is a complex honey that goes far beyond a simple table honey. 

The most genuine, high-grade Mānuka honey from New Zealand displays a UMF® rating on the label and packaging. This represents the unique signature compounds characteristic of this honey which ensure purity and quality. These include: the key markers of Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal. 


Q: What is the difference between MGO or UMF?
A:
The Mānuka honey marketplace is crowded with many different ways of measuring the grading of the honey all presented by different honey companies to help sell their products.

The UMF Honey Association has a world-leading science programme that is focussed on identifying the unique signature compounds of genuine Mānuka honey, as a way of safeguarding consumers and the industry. UMF® stands for Unique Mānuka Factor. The most genuine, high-grade Mānuka honey from New Zealand displays a UMF® rating on the label and packaging. This represents the unique signature compounds characteristic of this honey which ensure purity and quality. These include: the key markers of Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal.


Q: Where does Mānuka honey come from? 
A:
The honey bee collects nectar from the Mānuka flower and stores the nectar in its honey sac, to carry it back home. While the nectar is in the bee’s honey sack, it mixes with enzymes and proteins, which turns the nectar into honey. To thicken (cure) the honey, bees put it into the honeycomb where they store the honey and pollen and evaporate off the water in the honey by fanning their wings.  The Mānuka flower only blooms for about 2-6 weeks per year. 

Mānuka – is the Māori word for a small, scrubby tree with the convoluted Latin name of Leptospermum scoparium. 


Q: How long does Mānuka honey keep for?
A:
As long as Mānuka honey is stored properly (not exposed to too much heat, and out of direct sunlight - your honey will last well beyond its best before date. 


Q: How do you harvest the Mānuka honey? 
A:
Our Mānuka Honey is harvested in very secluded and top secret areas that are high density Mānuka forests, often only accessible by helicopter.

 

Q: How can we use Mānuka honey? 
A:
There are many ways that you can use Mānuka honey, it is part of the beauty of this product! The most popular ways that our customers use Mānuka are:
- Straight off the spoon 
- Added to your meals  
- Added to your drinks 
- Directly added to wounds, cuts, and sores

 

Q: Why is Mānuka honey so expensive?
A:
It is a labour of love from the hive to the jar.  Our hives are placed in the most pure and untouched locations around New Zealand often only accessible with helicopter which makes it a real challenge for our intrepid beekeepers to get to our hives. 

The harvesting of Mānuka honey is unlike any other as the Mānuka bush only flowers for 4-6 weeks each year so our apiarist work very hard during this period to ensure we get premium Mānuka honey while also looking after the bees. The biggest impact on our harvest is mother nature and rain and cold weather can ruin a honey vintage. If the weather is bad during flowering, then the bees cannot harvest nectar from the Mānuka bush and will instead eat the honey in the hive. Ethical bee keeping is part of our core values, we therefore only work with apiarist that ensure the bees have enough honey to keep the hive healthy.


When the harvest has finished our beekeepers submit honey samples to the Manuka South HQ to be part of our selection process.All samples go through rigorous certified testing. Our technical team analyze the results and only choose honey that exceeds the industry standards.  

When the tech team has ensured the honey meets all regulatory requirements, it then goes on to the selection team that look at the colour, texture and of course taste of the honey.  

The honey selected for our Limited Reserve and premium range of UMF honey also goes through rigorous DHA (Dihydroxyacetone) testing. DHA, a precursor chemical of MGO, is found in the nectar of (Mānuka) in New Zealand. The DHA levels are often still relatively high in freshly harvested honey.  Over a period of time, the DHA will convert to MGO in the honey, through a natural chemical process. 

The honey that gets selected for our premium range is cellared in carefully temperature-controlled facilities to mature the honey to optimal UMF/MGO results. 


Q: What is the Limited Reserve Collection? 
A:
The Limited Reserve Honey is harvested from the most isolated areas of New Zealand, then carefully aged to enhance the intricate flavor and UMF properties.  It is here, in this rugged environment that the Mānuka bush flourish and the world's best honey is made.

It is the relationships with our family of beekeepers that we have nurtured over the last thirty years that enables us to select each vintage most remarkable honey and only the finest quality is selected for our limited reserve range.  Each vintage and region is different and our selection process enables us to enhance the individuality of the honey, this is what distinguishes the limited reserve range and gives it its hall-mark complexity, integrity, and consistency.   

The unique cellaring enables the distinctive properties of the Mānuka honey to thoroughly develop and mature and is why Manuka South consistently produces the highest standard honey available. The  slow, gradual aging respects the qualities of the raw honey and guarantees that the natural enzymes are perfectly preserved, just the way nature intended.


The bespoke limited reserve box is individually handcrafted in New Zealand. The inspiration for the packaging comes from the humble hive with its wooden frame and honeycomb pattern.

We take pride in being able to personally guarantee the authenticity of this honey and each unit displays the serial number to ensure its validity.   


Q: What does UMF mean? 
A:
The UMF Honey Association has a world-leading science programme that is focussed on identifying the unique signature compounds of genuine Mānuka Honey,  UMF® stands for Unique Mānuka Factor. The most genuine, high-grade Mānuka honey from New Zealand displays a UMF® rating on the label and packaging. This represents the unique signature compounds characteristic of this honey which ensure purity and quality. These include: the key markers of  Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal. .  

The lowest UMF® rating number is 5+ and one of the highest is 28+. UMF® 28+ honey is very rare and not often seen in the marketplace. Any UMF® rating above 10+ has been historically described as ‘highly active’. ⠀ 

Always look for the UMF® rating to be confident that you are getting the level of quality that is associated with UMF® testing. 


Q: Why does the colour and the texture of honey vary?
A:
Honey is a natural product, straight from the hive, so colour and texture will vary depending on many factors. Some of these are; the time of the year the honey has been harvested, the region it’s collected from and what flowers the bee have collected the nectar from. You can expect some natural variations of colour, texture and flavour from one batch to another. 

 

Q: What is your honey process?
A:
Our Mānuka Honey Process; 

1) Bees collect nectar from Mānuka flowers here in New Zealand.  

2) The nectar is then made into honey by the bees and stored in the hive.  

3) We collect the honey and then extract it.

4) The raw honey is then poured into drums and carefully matured in temperature-controlled facilities.

5) When the raw Mānuka honey has reached the ultimate maturing level it gets poured into the creaming tank and is creamed for around three days.

6) Next, we pack the honey straight into jars, ready for our customers. 


Q: Is there anything added to your Manuka South honey? 
A:
No, we only filter our raw and unpasteurised honey to remove any unwanted bits of comb.


Q: How long with a jar last me?
A:
Serving size in New Zealand is one teaspoon (10g) per day

250g jar = 25 servings (one-month supply) 

500g jar = 50 servings (two months’ supply) 

 

 

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