Prized for generations

New Zealand's Mānuka plant has long been prized as a ‘taonga’ (treasure) by Māori.

The branches were crafted into brooms or crayfish pots, the leaves were used to make tea or oil, and the flowers produce nectar that bees transform into honey – a gift from nature that we’re now sharing with the world.


Certified for
purity and quality

Awhi Mānuka honey is certified for purity and quality by the independent Unique Mānuka Factor (UMF) Honey Association. Its testing process measures three signature compounds – Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal – and verifies that each jar contains genuine Mānuka honey from New Zealand.


Awhi Mānuka Honey for Health

New Zealand’s Mānuka plant has been used for medicinal purposes by Māori for generations. The unique properties of Mānuka honey have made it one of the most researched honeys in the world, and it’s widely used for health, healing and wellbeing.


Check out just a few of the media reviews about the benefits of New Zealand Mānuka honey:

"Mānuka honey is prized for its healing properties. Research shows Mānuka honey has up to nine times the germ-killing power of regular honey"

- Good Morning America

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"It’s healing and it tastes good too. The special honey from New Zealand has the most antibacterial properties and is the most beneficial"

- The Doctors

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"Mānuka honey, produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the Mānuka bush, is one of the most unique and beneficial forms of honey in the world"

- Dr Axe

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