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Nature's Farm New Zealand Manuka Honey Tour
 

Manuka Honey, recognised as one of the "National Treasures" of New Zealand, mainly because
 it contains active antibacterial ingredients known as "Unique Manuka Factor (UMF)" which brings
many health benefits.  

UMF index and antibacterial ability is directly proportional; the higher the index, the higher the antibacterial strength of honey. 


On 15 to 22 October, Nature's Farm team explored the origin of Manuka Honey - New Zealand.
Taking you into the picturesque New Zealand, exploring the process of collection, processing,
packaging and other procedures, and teach you how to identify real Manuka honey
...


PRODUCTION PROCESS

The bees collect pollen from the black tea tree

Beekeepers specialise in bee feeding, care and keeping the honeycomb clean and safe. Beekeeping requires lots of field of academic knowledge and constant practice. Usually becoming a qualified beekeeper requires two years of training and learning.


All the hives are taken to the designated location and arranged neatly


Collected honey are sent for sampling and UMF classifications


Raw Honey

Filtration

Creaming

Filling

Labelling

Multiple Sample Testing

Cool Storage

Distribution and Exportation


Nature's Farm team visiting NZ Haddrell's of Cambridge Manuka Honey Manufacturing Plant 




TIPS FOR YOU:
After seeing the production process of Manuka honey, below are some knowledge bits of Manuka honey



Only the New Zealand UMF® Association certified Manuka honey is the genuine Manuka honey, 

please look out for the UMF® logo!


ORDER FROM HERE:
Haddrell's of Cambridge is sold exclusively in all Nature's Farm outlets in Singapore, ranging from different pack sizes and UMF® specifications


ORDER from Online:

Haddrell's of Cambridge Micro-site