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Honeymeister's honey

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Honeyco honey5 Honeymeisters (Honeyco Ltd) stands by the purity of its honey and honey products. To do this they source their honey only from selected beekeepers whose hives are free from environmental chemicals and pollution and whose safety processes in bee management and honey collection are as pure and natural as possible.

The Honeymeisters honey factory in Rangiora, Canterbury is a registered an organic honey packer. And you know exactly where your honey has come from because they tell you.

The honey industry has seen its share of ups and downs over the last ten years, the varroa bee mite has taken its toll on New Zealand hives and only careful management of hives has saved the industry. However, recent recognition of medicinal benefits of manuka honey and propolis, and cosmetic uses of honey products, including bee venom and royal jelly, have helped support honey producers over recent years.

At present, Honeymeisters have three stores in, Kapiti, Wellington and Taupo, and an online retail store where you can happily retail their organic honey products. Kris Jansen’s dedication to the bee and the honey industry in New Zealand is admirable.
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