Manuka honey has unique antibacterial properties and can provide great relief to a sore throat if dissolved in a glass of warm water.
- Fully traceable from hive to home
- Can be used as a natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweetener
- Can be used in cooking or consumed right off the spoon as part of a healthy, balanced diet
Manuka Honey is farmed and harvested exclusively in the rural pastures of New Zealand. Manuka has been used by the indigenous Maori population for centuries. By boiling the leaves and inhaling the vapour, or by burning the bark and using the ashes on their skin, the Maori would utilise Manuka.
Each batch of Manuka Honey is tested by an internationally accredited New Zealand government approved laboratory for non-peroxide activity (NPA) and dietary methylglyoxa. The higher the number, the greater the level of activity.
To ensure you are getting consistent quality, every batch of our Manuka Honey is tested and verified in a laboratory to measure the various quality parameters, all before leaving New Zealand. At Holland & Barrett you can be assured that you’re receiving Manuka Honey that has gone through scientific testing and can be traced all the way back to the beekeeper it came from.
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In 2018, we made the decision as a brand to adopt new stringent guidelines, in line with the New Zealand government approved standard, that ensured customers know they are buying genuine New Zealand Manuka Honey. Testing in both New Zealand, where our Manuka honey is harvested, and by Fera labs in the UK, ensures customers only get the purest, strongest, undiluted Manuka Honey, where antibacterial strength is measured and presented in a robust and transparent way.
Store below 21 ̊C in a cool dry place.
Fully traceable New Zealand Manuka Honey
Suitable for vegetarians. Do not feed honey to infants under one year of age. Do not use if cap seal is tampered with or broken.
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