Manuka Honey by Wedderspoon
I love this honey!
Manuka honey has exponentially more healing properties than regular honey. It is currently being used in hospitals for wound care, but it's benefits go far beyond that.
Orders go out within 24 hours, You will receive your product within 5-7 business days.
What is the K Factor?
To identify and measure the complex properties found in Manuka, Wedderspoon has created KFactor™, a holistic multi-stage authentication system named for the Key Factors inherent in this distinctive honey.
Honey has a lower Glycemic Index (GI) than table sugar.
This simply means that the sugar in honey is absorbed into the bloodstream more gradually.
Our unadulterated manuka honey is raw, Non-GMO project verified and never pasteurized. As the #1 selling manuka honey in North America and an innovative leader in the industry , Wedderspoon aligns its decision-making with the principles of ethical and sustainable honey production and the support of bee conservation.
About the bees (From Wedderspoon)
Did you know that honey bees perform about 80 percent of all pollination worldwide? Numerous crops like apples, cranberries, melons, broccoli and almonds would cease to exist without the hard-working bees’ contribution to our food system.
Since 2006 beekeepers around the world have been reporting losses of 30-90% of their honeybee colonies. Researchers have named this mysterious phenomenon Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Though the exact cause of CCD is still under investigation, many researchers believe that the widespread use of insecticides, ecosystem destruction through both human and natural interactions, and climate change all can be considered attributable forces to the loss of honeybee colonies. Thankfully, bee conservations and the issues surrounding colony collapse are moving to the forefront of our collective consciousness.
As a honey producer, our goal is to deliver superior quality Manuka and gourmet honey without burdening the environment or our friends the honeybees! Our bees are treated the way we wish to be treated, with respect and dignity. They are by extension a part of our family and as such are treated accordingly.