Our Environment

We're doing a few things to help protect, sustain and improve our beautiful environment. You're helping too by purchasing our products. Read on to see what we're up to.


Ever wondered what is better for the environment; plastic or porcelain? Canvas or cardboard? Well, so do we...all the time. Some packaging materials are strong and durable and live long lives, others are soft and fragile but require little energy to produce.

What are we doing?

All our jars are 100% recycled (and recyclable!) jars with 30% recycled paper labels ━ Soy-based inks and water-based adhesives in our cardboard ━ FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified paper and cardboard ━ Certified compostable pallet wrap and courier bags

100% recycled jars

FSC Certified paper and cardboard

Compostable wraps

Soy-based inks

Water-based adhesives

Flourishing life

From the trees to the seas to the birds and the bees, one thing is for certain: they are all connected. We support the natural environment so bees can thrive, because healthier and happier bees doesn't just mean pure honey, it means more pollination, which means more plants and trees, which means more biodiversity, which means cleaner rivers, which...you get the idea.

What are we doing?

Native reforestation along waterways ━ Sourcing from beekeepers in remote regions who cherish the land ━ Managing our operational footprint

Waste or Just Another Resource?

Everything we use comes from something and is going somewhere. Our job is to close the loop and keep the energy in the right place, to prove that the resources we use to deliver your honey can live another life.

What are we doing?

Turning organics into rich compost ━ Recycling all of our soft plastics, hard plastics, cardboard and electronic waste ━ Returning steel drums back to the beekeepers ━ Prioritising second-hand or other environmentally-friendly products and equipment


If you've ever been thirsty you'll know that a litre goes a long way. The key is remembering the life potential of water when you're not. Conserving and protecting the water we have may well conserve and protect the wellbeing of rivers, wildlife and our neighbours. Let's never forget that a litre goes a long way.

What are we doing?

Setting water reduction targets ━ Recirculating water used for cooling and heating ━ Filtering cleaning water before it re-enters the local system


We aim to keep as much carbon in the ground as possible. The more we learn about carbon, the more we find ways to take less of it out of the ground and the more we find ways to put it back in the ground.

What are we doing?

Intelligent logistics that keeps freight on the sea and not in the air ━ Prioritising local goods and services that don't have to travel far ━ Prioritising organic ingredients and products ━ Avoiding virgin plastics

Sprays, Chemicals and GMOs

Pesticides and other sprays used to increase agricultural yields are commonplace.

First of all, sprays are chemicals. Chemicals are regularly used in tandem with other short-sighted land practices, like tilling. This erodes the quality of the soil and harms ecosystems. Third... do we need a third? We have much to learn but for us, the future is all natural.

What are we doing?

We test all our Mānuka honey for glyphosate residue and other ━ Using only Non-GMO verified ingredients

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