Manuka New Zealand only uses manuka honey that is extracted from its own beehives or from external beekeepers from all over New Zealand. Manuka New Zealand Manuka Honey is processed, packaged and labeled in the processing facility in New Zealand.
For Manuka New Zealand, the science behind Manuka Honey and the scientific discoveries are crucial. Our main measurement point is Methylglyoxal (MGO) followed by Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) and Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). In addition to these 3 very important pillars, Manuka New Zealand measures on very many different components.
Manuka honey is characterized by its naturally strong bio-active ingredients. Scientists from countries such as Germany and New Zealand have demonstrated that Manuka honey promotes the natural recovery process.
Manuka New Zealand focuses on the most important part of Manuka Honey by leading researchers; Methylglyoxal (MGO). Further research has been conducted into the unique properties of Methylglyoxal (MGO) under the leadership of Professor Thomas Henle and Professor Peter Molan.
Frequently asked questions
What does MGO mean?
MGO means Methylglyoxal.
Why Manuka New Zealand?
Manuka New Zealand focusses on nature, respecting the bees and producing amazing Monofloral MGO Manuka Honey. Made in New Zealand
What does MGO do?
Methylglyoxal is solely responsible for the stable, very strong unique bioactivity that is unique to the New Zealand Manuka Honey.
Monofloral MGO Manuka Honey?
Manuka New Zealand only produces monofloral MGO Manuka Honey. This means that the honey comes exclusively from the Manuka shrub / tree.