Our Processing Method
HIGH QUALITY & ORGANIC PRODUCTS
The packaging of honey can also affect its quality. Organic honey producers often use glass jars.
Filtration involves removing any impurities, such as beeswax, propolis, and pollen, from the honey.
Cold extraction helps to maintain the nutritional value and quality of the honey and is commonly used in organic honey production.
Honey is a highly concentrated natural sweetener, with an average sugar content of around 80%.
GOOD FOR HEALTH
Honey has potential health benefits, such as antibacterial and antioxidant properties, and can soothe sore throats and coughs.
Pure honey does not require any preservatives as it is naturally resistant to spoilage due to its low water content and acidity.
HAPPY LITTLE BEES
Happy little bees are important for producing high-quality honey.
GOOD FOR TASTE
Honey is a natural sweetener that can add a delicious flavor to a variety of foods and drinks.
All-Natural and Organic
All-natural honey is made solely from the nectar of flowers and does not contain any artificial additives or preservatives.
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Why Choose Us
Manuka honey is pure， natural， and authentic.It is 100%free from pesticides， chemicals， antibiotics， and toxins.
As a wellness product， Manuka honey is rich in vitamins， minerals in raw.
Being an authentic product， it is free from harmful fertilizers， and adulteration s hence works as an immunity booster.
Conscious and Ethical
Our Manuka honey is sourced from the Manuka tree preserving nature and natural way of beekeeping.
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