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Raw Monofloral Manuka Honey KFactor 16, 500g/17.6oz

$39.99

Natural Perfection

Made exclusively by bees that feast on the nectar of New Zealand’s wild Manuka flowers, our raw Manuka honey is one of Mother Earth’s rarest gifts. Wedderspoon are committed to comprehensive Manuka honey integrity, with every batch fully traceable from our South Island hives to your home.

We guarantee that the raw Manuka honey in this jar is as close to freshly harvested perfection as possible, brimming with living enzymes & complex chemical compounds. Never subjected to high heat processing, our honey is independently tested to meet or exceed the Monofloral Manuka standard set by the government of New Zealand. Triple-filtered & gently creamed for rich, smooth flavor straight from the spoon, we hope our Manuka honey empowers you to ‘bee’ your most vibrant self.

Our favorite ways to use Manuka? As a daily energy boost, for home 'remedies', pre- and post workout, for beauty applications, and as a better for you sweetener!

Free of antibiotics, pesticides, and glyphosate.

INGREDIENTS: RAW MONOFLORAL MANUKA HONEY

Fernmark
Glyphosate Resiglyphosate Free
Fianz Halal
Kosher OU
NON GMO Verified

Customer Reviews

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Vivian Morales-Bell
I love my Mauka

The best tasting honey.

Thank you Vivian, we appreciate you!

- The Wedderspoon Hive

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K.A.
Is this the real deal

I bought this brand and was wondering if it is 100% manuka monofloral . There are so many out there they say look for umf cert higher the better and look for mgo . Im so confused because this brand only says kfactor 16 nothing else. My understanding there are a lot of fake one out there and i dont want to get ripd off . So it this brand something im looking for because i already bought a jar . Please get back to me . Thank you .

Hi there Kathleen!

There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding Manuka honey, we're always happy to answer questions and clear up concerns! In February of 2018, the New Zealand government and their Ministry for Primary Industries (or MPI) launched a definition for Manuka honey – this standard was created after 3 years of peer-reviewed study and has determined that all monofloral (KFactor 16) and multifloral (KFactor 12) Manuka honey must consist of five attributes – four chemical markers and one DNA marker from Manuka pollen. It important to note that methylglyoxal (MGO) is not one of these attributes and is proven to be unstable overtime and temperature variations.

Our Manuka’s meet and exceed those expectations, which is why Wedderspoon has been the leaders in the industry for over a decade now, and our certificate of authenticity is on every jar; the Fernmark seal. The Fernmark is endorsed by the New Zealand government for products that meet specific eligibility criteria, including being produced and packed in New Zealand. This mark of authenticity also verifies our ability to meet New Zealand government traceability requirements, which include origin from master beekeeper to point of export from New Zealand. Within the traceability requirements, there are very stringent export guidelines for Manuka honey that are part of New Zealand legislation.

Grading systems that rely on measuring isolated compounds within Manuka honey, whether it be MGO or the trademarked UMF membership organization, are inherently limited by the fact that chemistry can capture data at one moment of time and MGO is proven to be unstable over time and temperature variation. While all of us at Wedderspoon are aware of the marketing buzz that a high MGO or UMF rating might add to our products on the shelf, our team believes that protecting and promoting the natural state of raw Manuka honey best honors the legacy of our founders, the passion of our beekeepers and the holistic health of our customers. Manuka honey is made up of a number of distinct components, elements, and micro-nutrients which work in harmony to produce this multifaceted superfood. Manuka is simply more powerful than the sum of its parts.

We hope this information helps, but feel free to reach out to us at info@wedderspoon.com with any other questions you may have! We are available Monday-Friday 8am-4pm EST.

- The Wedderspoon Hive

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Gerald Galbraith
Always Great

I've used Manuka Honey for many years and never tire of it. Fantastic both in regards to taste and health benefits.

Thank you for your review and support, Gerald!

- The Wedderspoon Hive

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Camille DeFillippo
Incredible

I love this honey,a bit pricey but it is delicious,

Thank you for your review Camille!

- The Wedderspoon Hive

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Loretta Jones

It was not what I was looking for I was looking for honey for a wound and so it is not doing what I expected maybe I ordered the wrong stuff I'm not sure

Hello Loretta,

Thank you for your review and for giving us the opportunity discuss what you are looking for (legal medical grade Manuka for wound healing) and all other Manuka. There are actually no medical grade Manuka honey brands in New Zealand, where all Manuka honey comes from. As Manuka honey is strictly classified as food, it is illegal to market food as a medicine in NZ or to export as such. This is an ongoing issue that the FDA is aware of. So in short, none of our Manuka honey or other Manuka honey brands are considered “medical”.

Actual medical grade honey (of any description) has been irradiated for use in topical wound care in hospital environments, and it is not considered fit for consumption after the irradiation process. So most, if not all, the Manuka honey being sold in stores cannot be considered medical grade.

We do not advertise our Manuka to be used for wounds, and no other Manuka brands should unless they are legally sold as such as mentioned above. Therefore we will never make medical claims and only encourage you to do your research and read through reviews/testimonies shared by our customers.

Feel free to reach out to us directly at info@wedderspoon.com with any other questions you may have!

- The Wedderspoon Hive