Our honey is farmed from some of the most remote, beautiful places in New Zealand: beside the Whanganui River, under Mount Egmont in New Plymouth, and the rugged beauty of the Central Plateau.
Manuka is a Maori word for a tree called Leptospermum Scoparium, native to New Zealand, as well as producing manuka honey, it also helps regenerate eroded soil. By creating shade and shelter, it acts as a natural nursery for slower, more delicate native plants. What a clever plant!
Manuka Wellbeing’s honey meets the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) science definition of Manuka Honey. MPI tests for purity and both export standards, as well as the UMF quality standard.