Manuka Honey
UMF 12 +

SKU
3989
Premium Manuka honey MGO 370 + (UMF 12+), high MGO content certified, original from Naki, from natural environment around Mount Taranaki, New Zealand, 100% natural and pure. 250g
  • Certified methylglyoxal (MGO) content of more than 370 mg/kg (UMF 12+); actual MGO content of the batch 475 mg/g (UMF 14+) (see test certificate)
  • Original from Naki, 100% sourced from the untouched, almost exclusively Manuka tree covered wilderness of picturesque Taranaki, New Zealand, far from any agricultural land
  • 100% natural and pure, no usage of chemicals
  • High quality honey without any honey from other flowers
  • Origin fully electronically traceable to the exact hive
  • Each batch tested for UMF (MGO), quality and purity
€33.90
250g
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SKU
3989
€135.60 / 1kg
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Finest Origin

  • Original 100% natural Manuka Honey
  • Claimed Methylglyoxal (MGO) content of >370 mg/kg (UMF 12+); actual MGO content of batch at 475 mg/g (UMF 14+) (see test certificate).
  • The original Naki, 100% sourced from the pristine, almost exclusively Manuka tree wilderness of picturesque Taranaki, New Zealand, far from any agricultural land.
  • 100% natural and pure, no chemicals used
  • High purity honey with no admixture of honey from other flowers
  • Origin fully electronically traceable to the exact hive
  • Every batch tested for UMF (MGO), quality and purity

How are we different?

High-purity Manuka Honey from Naki: No Blossom Blend
Naki Manuka Honey comes from a wild and remote region of New Zealand, the Taranaki Bush, where the vegetation is almost exclusively Manuka and can only be reached by helicopter. This alone guarantees a highly pure honey with no admixture of honey from other flowers, because bees generally harvest all the flowers available to them within a certain radius, and distinguishes Naki Manuka Honey from other Manuka honeys produced near farmland. A minimum MGO content of >370mg/kg and DHA (dihydroacetone) and HMF (hydroxymethylfurfural) levels are laboratory tested and government certified.

Strictly Limited
Because Naki Manuka Honey is produced exclusively in the pristine natural environment of the Taranaki bushveld and the Manuka nectar available there is limited, its stock is naturally strictly limited.

Guarantee: Every pack is traceable
Every batch of honey is traceable from the hive to the individual product via an RFID code. Naki follows very tight and rigorous quality and safety standards to ensure that the honey's bioactive ingredients are preserved in the best possible way.

Link to traceability: http://nakinewzealand.com/#/

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  • Pure superfoods from the world’s best terroirs
  • Sourced directly from traditional farms
  • Always certified organic or sustainably wildcrafted
  • Raw materials sourced exclusively from premium suppliers who are committed to fair working conditions
  • Our select raw materials are the basis of all our formulations
  • Gentle on-site processing
  • High-quality production (freeze drying, cold pressing)
  • No artificial additives (no artificial flavours/sweeteners or artificial vitamin C)
  • Complete avoidance of all unnecessary additives and adjuvants
  • We voluntarily declare all ingredients
  • Systematic quality testing in independent laboratories
  • Amber glass and compostable pouches used for packaging
  • Packaged in the EU according to HACCP, GMP and ISO 22000:2018 standards
  • Stored in non-toxic containers
  • Shipped in mineral oil-free boxes
  • All products guaranteed 100% free from magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, nanoparticles (no legal opportunism), genetic engineering, artificial colours and flavours, titanium dioxide and added sugar & sweeteners

Manuka

The name Manuka comes from the indigenous people of New Zealand, the Maori. The plant also carries the name South Sea Myrtle (Leptospermum scoparium) or New Zealand Myrtle. It belongs to the myrtle family, which is related to the Australian tea tree and is native to the mountainous regions of New Zealand and southeastern Australia. Manuka grows as a shrub or tree-like up to about 4 meters in height. The plant is very hardy and thrives from lowland to sub-alpine heights.

The Manuka plant has become famous for the honey it produces and for its Manuka essential oil (the "real" tea tree oil, which is far superior to Australian tea tree oil). The plant parts of the Manuka were traditionally already used by the Maori as a great natural remedy for humans and animals. English missionaries brought the first beehives into the country in 1839, so that eventually the famous Manuka honey could be obtained.

The honey is obtained from the nectar of white Manuka flowers (with pink edges). Manuka grows mostly next to the related Kanuka, which however produces pure red / pink flowers. Manuka honey thus usually also has small proportions of Kanuka.

Region and Processing

UNIQUE MANUKA FACTOR UMF

Any honey produced by bees near Manuka plants may be called Manuka, even if there is hardly any detectable Manuka content. The MGO content can vary greatly between Manuka honeys, is often well below 200 mg/kg and is sometimes not reported. The "Unique Manuka Factor" indicates how high the antibacterial effect of a Manuka honey is. Only certified members of the New Zealand Active Manuka Honey Association (AMHA) are allowed to use this label. The UMF classification measures leptosperine and DHA in addition to the MGO content.

Nutritional Values

Nutritional values per 100 g
Energy 1340 kJ / 320 kcal
Fat
including saturated fatty acids
0g
0g
Carbohydrates
including sugar
79.6g
78.1g
Protein 0.4g
Salt 0.012g

 

Organic Certification

Product Details

Origin Taranaki, New Zealand
Packaging Manuka honey from New Zealand is currently not available in jars, but only in plastic containers.

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