New Zealand’s largest privately owned honey manufacturer, Manuka Doctor, has today announced it will donate 50 tonnes of specially produced New Zealand Wild Flora Honey from its Hamilton warehouse to families in need, via national food rescue service KiwiHarvest. The 100 pallets of honey will be distributed by KiwiHarvest to local community groups and charities … Continue reading Manuka Doctor donates 200,000 pots of honey to communities in need
Puriti Manuka recently announced it has implemented strict testing and policies to ensure there is zero glyphosate contamination to its products. It tests every single batch of honey to ensure is it free from the glyphosate herbicide. Glyphosate is a herbicide used extensively on farms, gardens, streets, and parks. Because it is so widely used, … Continue reading Puriti adopts food safety and consumer protection standards for Manuka honey products
KOOEE! launches Manuka Honey flavour beef jerky to its Australian range of healthy, high protein beef jerky. KOOEE! Grass- Fed Beef Jerky have launched a new flavour called Manuka Honey. It’s made with real Tasmanian Manuka Honey and is perfect for those that enjoy a slightly sweeter jerky. KOOEE! Grass Feed Beef Jerky is an all-natural, gluten … Continue reading KOOEE! launches Manuka Honey flavour beef jerky
MGO is internationally recognised as a key measure of Manuka antibacterial activity UMF ratings no longer meet labelling requirements New Mark of Authenticity proves consumer confidence for Australian Manuka The Australian Manuka Honey Association (AMHA), in partnership with leading scientists, has established a set of standards for authentic Australian Manuka honey. Honey that carries … Continue reading Australian Manuka adopts Mark of Authenticity to meet international standards
The AMHA has formulated a robust, scientifically based international set of guidelines that benchmark authentic Australian Manuka honey.
The grant will support international market growth for the highly valued, medicinal honey.
Manuka Pharma will source, develop and manufacture the product, while Bod has agreed to import the finished product into Australia for packaging.
The Australian Manuka Honey Association (AMHA), a group of some of Australia’s largest Manuka honey manufacturers, is fighting a decision by the United Kingdom Trade Mark Registry to allow a New Zealand group to trademark the term Manuka Honey.