Zealandia Honey® Clover
Every single jar of our honey is unique, we stand by the quality and authenticity of our product. To make sure your Zealandia Honey® is authentic, true-to-label Mānuka honey you can use our track & trace system.
Our honey is traceable beehives on remote hive sites in New Zealand, all the way to the place where you purchase it. Quality is our promise, and Zealandia Honey® stands by this important traceability system to ensure you get the best.
Rest assured while we are crafting world’s best Mānuka honey & scan the unique bar code on your jar of honey.
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Serving size: 10 grams (tbsp)
Avg. per serving
|Avg. per 100 grams|
|Energy||136 kJ||1360 kJ|
|Protein||0 g||0.2 g|
|Fat||0 g||0.2 g|
|- Saturated fat||0 g||0.1 g|
|Carbohydrates||7.9 g||79.3 g|
|- Sugar||6.9 g||68.8 g|
|Sodium||0.4 mg||3.9 g|
INGREDIENTS: 100% Pure Honey.
Our honey is independently verified by ISO 17025 accredited laboratories to meet stringent requirements set by Zealandia Honey® and the Ministry of Primary Industries in New Zealand.
To find out more visit our laboratory section here, or find a list of the most relevant tests below;MGO
Methylglyoxal mg/kg as per label, the proven active compound in Mānuka honey
Active Polyphenols mg/kg as per label
Hydroxymethylfurfural less than 40 mg/kg, to check if honey has not been heat treated and the freshness (age) of the honey
Less than 0.70mg/kg, to check for neurotoxins
C4 sugars less than 7%, to check for adulteration
Diastase activity not less than 7 shade/g, to test the enzyme activity in honey
Moisture content less than 20%
Should be not present, quality marker
DNA pollen from the floral type of honey less than Cq 36
Aerobic plate count less than 10.000 cfu/g for hygiene and food safety
Less than 10 cfu/g for hygiene and food safety
Less than 1000 cfu/g to avoid fermentation of your honey
Less than 1000 cfu/g to avoid fermentation of your honey and food safety
Less than 50 cfu/g to avoid infections and food safety
Less than 10 cfu/g for food safety and quality