New Zealand: A country that you could trust for food safety

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Facts, New Zealand

New Zealand ranks first for food safety and food safety net programmes out of 113 countries, according to Economist Intelligence Unit, Global Food Security Index in 2019.94% New Zealand’s commercial catch comes from sustainably managed fish stocks A passion for health and wellness – New Zealanders care deeply about the quality of the health and […]

Why New Zealand ingredients?

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New Zealand

By virtue of its clean atmospheric conditions, New Zealand grows some of the world’s most nutritionally superior plants and food ingredients. In addition, more than 80% of New Zealand’s plants are found nowhere else in the world.  For example, Manuka trees are native New Zealand plants which could only be found here.  The country provides […]

How do you take Manuka honey and which honey should you take?

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Manuka Honey

People consume Manuka honey in many ways. Here are a few ways to consume Manuka honey: 1. Consume one or two teaspoons of raw honey daily for good health. 2. Stir into your favourite tea or water or drinks. 3. Use it to naturally sweeten smoothies. Remember, honey is almost twice as sweet as sugar. […]

What is so special about Manuka honey?

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Manuka Honey

Manuka honey is special because of limited quantity. Manuka trees grow mostly in New Zealand and only flower for a few weeks every year (2-6 weeks approximately) so there is a limited time and quantity for it to be made. Besides, the amount of Manuka honey made each year can also be influenced by weather […]

What is Manuka honey?

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Manuka Honey

Real Manuka Honey is made in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native Manuka bush. It is a combination of the nectar and the way the bees turn it into honey that gives it its unique properties. Honey has been used since ancient times to treat multiple conditions. It wasn’t until the late 19th […]

What is honey?

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Facts

Honey is a thick, golden-colored liquid produced by honeybees and other insects, like some bumblebees and wasps.

Can Diabetics Replace Sugar With Honey?

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Facts, Uncategorized

Keep in mind that honey is sweeter than sugar. If you substitute honey for sugar, you only need a little. Because honey can affect blood sugar, avoid it and other sweeteners until your diabetes is under control. Honey should be consumed in moderation. Speak with your healthcare provider before using it as an added sweetener. […]

Honey’s health benefits

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Facts

It’s very high in beneficial plant compounds and offers several health benefits. Honey is particularly healthy when used instead of refined sugar, which is 100% empty calories.