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Mānuka honey is known for its unique antibacterial properties, which are attributed to the presence of a naturally occurring compound called methylglyoxal (MGO).
These lozenges contain 90% New Zealand mānuka honey which has been independently tested to contain at least 400mg/kg of MGO.
The honey within these lozenges has been produced by honey bees located in remote locations across the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
The True Honey Co. is certified and licensed by NZ Fernmark (License number:100086) which verifies New Zealand as its country of origin. The Fernmark license is a formal government recognition of The True Honey Co.'s connection to New Zealand.
As part of their commitment to care for the fragile ecosystem, The True Honey Co. use helicopters to fly the hives into their environment to avoid disruption to the bees and their native bush home.
New Zealand has strict regulations and a rigorous testing and grading system in place to ensure the authenticity and quality of mānuka honey.
MGO stands for methylglyoxal, a naturally occurring compound found within mānuka honey. MGO is one of the compounds tested to determine the quality and purity of mānuka honey. The higher the MGO rating the more methylglyoxal in the honey.
The True Honey Co. mānuka honey is independently tested at an accredited laboratory for authenticity, safety, quality and methylglyoxal (MGO) before being processed into lozenges.
The independent laboratory testing ensures that the honey meets the scientific definition of mānuka honey and contains at least 400mg/kg of methylglyoxal.
All of The True Honey Co.'s processing, transport and storage facilities are independently audited to verify the requirements of their Risk Management Programme (RMP).
This product contains 90% NZ mānuka honey.
The lozenges are made from honey that has been independently tested to contain at least 400mg/kg of methylglyoxal (MGO).