Adulteration of Mānuka Honey

Adulteration of Mānuka Honey

Mānuka honey is a unique type of honey that is produced by bees that pollinate the Mānuka bush, which is native to New Zealand. It has become a popular ingredient in many health and wellness products due to its purported health benefits. However, the demand for Mānuka honey has led to an increase in adulteration, where honey is mixed with other substances to increase its volume or potency. It is estimated 6 time the amount of Mānuka Honey is sold every year compared to the amount that is actually produced.

What does “Adulterated Mānuka Honey” really mean?

Adulterated Manuka honey is honey that has been mixed with other substances to increase its volume or potency. This is a concern for consumers because it can dilute the honey's beneficial properties and potentially introduce harmful substances.

How can I avoid Adulterated Mānuka Honey?

It is important to look for Manuka honey that is sourced from reputable suppliers and is independently tested for purity to ensure that it is not adulterated in any way.

At NUBU, we take the purity of our NUBU Mānuka Honey seriously. Our honey is collected from hives in New Zealand from traceable sources, ensuring that it is genuine. We believe that our customers deserve only the finest and most authentic Mānuka honey, and we are committed to providing it.

Try our NUBU Mānuka Honey today and experience the authentic taste and health benefits of this unique and delicious honey.