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A cosy conversation with True Team member Brian Knight

20 September 2017

Brian Knight is our resident clever clogs. As Innovation Manager at The True Honey Co. Brian’s gig is coming up with inventive ways to keep our operations humming along: and making sure that what we do is streamlined, safe and kind to bees and the environment. Born and raised in Dannevirke, Brian had a fair…

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Bright young things: highlights from the busy little bees at Owairaka School

21 September 2017

As part of our ongoing commitment to the Garden to Table Trust (GTT),  The True Honey Co. give a lovely big jar of multi floral honey to each classroom, so budding young chefs can use honey in their cooking while learning more about our stripy little friends. In May we visited Haumoana School to introduce…

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Brian Knight

A cosy conversation with True Team member Brian Knight

20 September 2017

Brian Knight is our resident clever clogs. As Innovation Manager at The True Honey Co. Brian’s gig is coming up with inventive ways to keep our operations humming along: and making sure that what we do is streamlined, safe and kind to bees and the environment. Born and raised in Dannevirke, Brian had a fair…

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Photo by Stefan Steinbauer

Springing into action: September’s beekeeping activity

19 September 2017

After the coldest months of the year, September is time for our peckish honeybees to venture out again in search of a good nosh. Willows begin flowering around wintering sites, providing a delicious, nutritious spring pollen and nectar source before the Manuka starts blooming. Meanwhile, some regions in New Zealand where we pop our hives start…

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Friends in hive places: how to plant a bee friendly garden this spring

13 September 2017

As a honey lover, it kinda follows that you also care about the makers of that lovely golden stuff. But did you know that more than one third of what we eat relies on bee pollination too? Honeybees are important for pollinating all our fruits and berries and many of our vegetable crops. They don’t…

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Nutritional Information 300+ MGO
Serving size: 5g (1 tsp)  
  Ave Qty
Per Serving
Ave Qty
Per 100g
Energy 67kJ 1340kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.4g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
– saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 4.0g 79.6g
– sugars 3.9g 78.1g
Sodium 0.6mg 12.0mg
Not suitable for infants under 12 months of age  

INGREDIENTS:

New Zealand Manuka Honey 

STORAGE:

Upright at room temperature 

MGO 300+

Every batch of our honey is independently tested for its methylglyoxal levels. This MGO 300+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 300mg/kg of methylglyoxal.

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Nutritional Information 500+ MGO
Serving size: 5g (1 tsp)  
  Ave Qty
Per Serving
Ave Qty
Per 100g
Energy 67kJ 1340kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.4g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
– saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 4.0g 79.6g
– sugars 3.9g 78.1g
Sodium 0.6mg 12.0mg
Not suitable for infants under 12 months of age  

INGREDIENTS:

New Zealand Manuka Honey 

STORAGE:

Upright at room temperature 

MGO 500+

Every batch of our honey is independently tested for its methylglyoxal levels. This MGO 500+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 500mg/kg of methylglyoxal.

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Nutritional Information 700+ MGO
Serving size: 5g (1 tsp)  
  Ave Qty
Per Serving
Ave Qty
Per 100g
Energy 67kJ 1340kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.4g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
– saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 4.0g 79.6g
– sugars 3.9g 78.1g
Sodium 0.6mg 12.0mg
Not suitable for infants under 12 months of age  

INGREDIENTS:

New Zealand Manuka Honey 

STORAGE:

Upright at room temperature 

MGO 700+

Every batch of our honey is independently tested for its methylglyoxal levels. This MGO 700+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 700mg/kg of methylglyoxal.

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Nutritional Information 850+ MGO
Serving size: 5g (1 tsp)  
  Ave Qty
Per Serving
Ave Qty
Per 100g
Energy 67kJ 1340kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.4g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
– saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 4.0g 79.6g
– sugars 3.9g 78.1g
Sodium 0.6mg 12.0mg
Not suitable for infants under 12 months of age  

INGREDIENTS:

New Zealand Manuka Honey 

STORAGE:

Upright at room temperature 

MGO 850+

Every batch of our honey is independently tested for its methylglyoxal levels. This MGO 850+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 850mg/kg of methylglyoxal.

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Nutritional Information 1000+ MGO
Serving size: 5g (1 tsp)  
  Ave Qty
Per Serving
Ave Qty
Per 100g
Energy 67kJ 1340kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.4g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
– saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 4.0g 79.6g
– sugars 3.9g 78.1g
Sodium 0.6mg 12.0mg
Not suitable for infants under 12 months of age  

INGREDIENTS:

New Zealand Manuka Honey 

STORAGE:

Upright at room temperature 

MGO 1000+

Every batch of our honey is independently tested for its methylglyoxal levels. This MGO 1000+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 1000mg/kg of methylglyoxal.

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