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Welcome to The True Honey Co. blog. It’s where to come to peek behind the scenes, meet our True Friends, get Manuka honey recipes, handy tips, musings and many other amusements. Grab a spoon and dig in. You can also sign up to get all this goodness thanks to the wonders of email.
With somewhat of a heatwave keeping you company in Europe, we have been hearing from a few local honey lovers, asking the best way to look after their Mānuka honey once the jar has been opened. So we asked our True Honey Co. team of boffins and honey experts. And the answer was clear. Honey…Read More
It’s a question we get asked a lot. “So, just why is Manuka honey so expensive?” We can’t speak for other Manuka honey producers, or comment on how they do things. But from our point of view, here are a few of the reasons why Manuka honey costs more than other honeys. Rare and precious…Read More
The HUI Māori Collective launched this month during the China International Import Expo in Shanghai. The Collective represents 11 Māori owned food and beverage brands, bringing New Zealand produce to Chinese consumers. And The True Honey Co. is thrilled to bits to be a part of it. Now there are all sorts of good things winging their way…Read More
Born and raised in Wairoa, Sarah Munro studied sustainable development and travelled extensively in India, between roles working in environmental planning and sustainable business. She met her partner – in business and life – Adam, in Melbourne at a work Christmas Party, and they lived and worked in Japan before returning to New Zealand together.…Read More
With around 2.3 million visitors to Queenstown each year, there’s plenty to do for adrenaline junkies and winter sports fanatics. But what about those looking for a (ahem) more mellow buzz? Buzzstop owner and keen beekeeper Nick Cameron has a great suggestion. This winter has seen the launch of Buzzstop Honey Centre on Frankton’s Hansen Rd:…Read More
This month’s destination, the rugged, isolated Tararua region has strong winds, cold winters and high annual rainfall – making honey harvest here quite an adventure. And adventures are something more and more visitors are discovering in our little corner of the world. The Tararua District sits near the south-east corner of New Zealand’s North Island. Its main…Read More