BEE+’s Manuka Honey UMF 10+ received the Gold Award at the 2020 London International Honey Awards (LIHA) for product quality. All honey entered into the LIHA quality awards are judged by a panel of experts in a blind tasting and scored from 0-100 points. Eligible honey must pass extensive testing by an independent accredited laboratory. Tests include pollen spectrum for the floral and geographical source of honey, sugar profiles to detect increasingly common adulteration, and tests for heat treatment and excessive heat exposure. Only honey that earns a score of 85.5 to 95 receives the prestigious Gold Award.

BEE+ was established in 2011 in New Zealand, bringing high-quality Manuka Honey to a growing base of hungry consumers. The company utilises over 50,000 acres, with the hives, in some of the most remote and untouched parts of New Zealand, growing from 4000 to 18,000 since BEE+’s inception. BEE+ honey is rated the highest possible level in the acclaimed UMF grading system, guaranteeing its exceptional quality. BEE+ employs many outstanding beekeepers to ensure that the Manuka Honey is totally untouched by pollutants such as pesticides.

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