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Pohutukawa Honey with Charlotte Fraser

We interviewed our Operations Manager, Charlotte Fraser, about her favourite type of honey. [/vc_row]

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Summer Series Pt.2

We sent Manukora company director, Michael Bell, down to the Coromandel to catch up with Bryce, our Chief Honey Officer, and ask him a few questions about life with the bees!

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Summer Series Pt.1

The Honey season has just kicked off, And were on the lookout for some sweet Manuka action. Stay tuned to see what your busy bees are getting up to over summer!

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How Honey Kills Bacteria

Due to a rise in resistance to antibiotics, honey is becoming increasingly valued for its antibacterial properties. To distinguish all bactericidal factors in high grade honey, a novel approach [...]

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Accepted Manuka Speer 2014

  This study analyses pollen-identical pure manuka, kanuka, and a 3 Australian jelly bush honey for non-volatiles by UHPLC-PDA-4 MS/MS and also the volatiles by HS-PME-GC/MS. A [...]

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Honey Authenticity: A Review

    Honey is in the only natural sweetener available in the world, which also is considered to be healthy for both old and young. Honey’s authenticity is defined by the Codex [...]

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High pressure processing – Waikato

The effect of high pressure processing (HPP) on the kinetics of the conversion of dihydroxyacetone (DHA) to methylglyoxal (MGO) was examined in New Zealand mānuka honey and models thereof. Both [...]

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Floral classification of honey using liquid chromatography diode array detection China 2013

A high performance liquid chromatography–diode array detection–tandem mass spectrometry (HPLC–DAD–MS/MS) method for determining the floral origin of chaste honey and rape honey samples was [...]

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Fast and global authenticity screening of honeys using NMR french 2015

A new approach has been developed in an attempt to overcome the common adulterations and quality deviations in honey. Using proton-NMR profiling coupled to suitable quantification procedures and [...]

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Dr Stephens – The factors responsible for UMF in Manuka honey

This study explores the variability of non-peroxide antibacterial component levels in manuka honey produced in New Zealand. The field analysis results, confirmed that there is a considerable [...]

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