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World's most researched honey

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To make sure you get the best.

One Hexagon to rule them all.

Our unique hexagon design provides you with all the details you need in one simple design, for MGO this trusted mark indicates that the amount indicated in the hexagon is independently verified by third party laboratories and ensures the contents that determine the value of your honey.
Methylglyoxal
Independently tested amount of MGO in your honey by accredited laboratories.
Active Polyphenols
Does not show a numeric value as it is a logo to use for members to the APP® Association.

Independent Verification

All our honey products at Zealandia Honey® are independently tested by accredited laboratories before export.
IANZ Accredited laboratories
Third party verification of your honey
Authenticated by government prescribed method
Secure, transparent and trusted
VIEW OFFICIAL SCIENCE DEFINITION

Science definition

A combination of five attributes, 4 chemicals and 1 DNA marker. These are the requirements to authenticate monofloral and multifloral Mānuka honey and can be identified by using two laboratory tests.

Multifloral Mānuka honey

The test for multifloral Mānuka honey requires all of the five attributes. If the honey fails to meet 1 or more of the attributes, it is not Mānuka honey.

Starting with the chemical attributes:
3-Phenyllactic acid
At a level greater or equal to 20 mg/kg but less than 400 mg/kg
2-Methoxyacetophenone
At a level greater or equal to 1 mg/kg
2-Methoxybenzoic acid
At a level greater or equal to 1 mg/kg
4-Hydroxyphenyllactic acid
At a level greater or equal to 1 mg/kg
Manuka flower from tree

Monofloral Mānuka honey

The test for monofloral Mānuka honey requires all of the five attributes. If the honey fails to meet 1 or more of the attributes, it is not monofloral Mānuka honey.

Starting with the chemical attributes:
3-Phenyllactic acid
At a level greater or equal to 400 mg/kg
2-Methoxyacetophenone
At a level greater or equal to 5 mg/kg
2-Methoxybenzoic acid
At a level greater or equal to 1 mg/kg
4-Hydroxyphenyllactic acid
At a level greater or equal to 1 mg/kg

DNA Markers

Once the chemical attributes are confirmed in your honey we confirm the amount of DNA from Mānuka pollen in our honey. The minimum amount of DNA that has to be present for honey to be called Mānuka honey is at least 3fg/uL.

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