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Discover the buzz around Pure Gold Manuka Honey! It’s a special variety of Manuka honey that contains even more unique antibacterial properties than regular honey – and still tastes lovely.
An internationally-accredited laboratory, approved by the New Zealand government, tests Pure Gold Manuka Honey for dietary methylglyoxal (MGO), where the honey’s antibacterial properties lie, and non-peroxide activity (NPA). A higher MGO level means a higher level of antibacterial properties.
So, why is it called Pure Gold? Pure Gold Manuka Honey is like a luxurious version of normal Manuka honey, with a darker colour, thicker consistency and a creamier texture. It’s known round the world for its combination of impressive antibacterial properties and rich flavour.
This honey is of the monofloral variety, meaning that the bees who collected the nectar for the honey visited the Manuka bush and not any other flowers or plants. The final product is tested to ensure that it is purer than multifloral honey – where the bees mainly visit the Manuka bush but also venture out to other plants too. Two of four chemical markers essential for the honey to be classed as Manuka must be of a higher level in monofloral honey than multifloral honey.
The mighty Manuka bush is to thank for Manuka honey. It is found in rural pastures of New Zealand, where bees pollinate the ancient bush. It has been used by indigenous Maoris for more than 4000 years for its medicinal properties. Nowadays, Manuka honey is used all over the world and is quite famous in the health world for its antibacterial properties. People like to use it as an alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners in foods and drinks, but it can also just be taken straight off the spoon as a healthy diet supplement.
Suffering from a sore throat? Stir a spoon into tea or warm water and drink to relieve those hard-to-shift tickly coughs and sore throats. You can use it just like you would normal runny honey that you get from the supermarket. Let it soak into your morning oats, trickle it over yoghurt and granola or try mixing it into a marinade.
All before it leaves New Zealand, every batch of this Manuka honey is put through rigorous testing in a laboratory to make sure it meets the required quality parameters. This is to ensure that you are getting consistent quality and feel assured that you’re receiving genuine Manuka honey – there’s a lot of fakes out there! You can even find out which beekeeper it came from.
|Energy||206kj / 49kcal|
|of which saturates||<0.1g|
|of which sugars||76.2g|
|Energy||1375kj / 329kcal|
|of which saturates||<0.1g|
|of which sugars||78.5g|
In 2018, we made the decision as a brand to adopt new stringent guidelines, in line with the New Zealand government approved standard, that ensured customers know they are buying genuine New Zealand Manuka Honey. Testing in both New Zealand, where our Manuka honey is harvested, and by Fera labs in the UK, ensures customers only get the purest, strongest, undiluted Manuka Honey, where antibacterial strength is measured and presented in a robust and transparent way.
Pure Gold Manuka Honey can be taken as part of a balanced diet by taking one tablespoon per day, ideally one hour before meals.
Fully traceable New Zealand Manuka Honey
Store at room temperature. Avoid direct sunlight. Honey should not be given to infants under 12 months of age. Do not use if seal is broken. This honey may naturally crystallise. Suitable for vegetarians.
We go to great efforts to ensure that the information on this page is accurate at the time that the page was last edited. As we are constantly reviewing and developing our products to meet our consumer needs, consumers, particularly those that suffer from allergies and intolerances, should always check product labelling, warnings, and directions provided with the product that is delivered, prior to use or consumption.