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Liquid gold. As honest as we are.

From the farm, not the factory.

Authentic, small-batch honey direct from the farm,

and that's its been handled with the utmost care, every step of the way.

Here at Beebro, you' ll find honey that’s pure, natural and full of flavour.

We at Beebro only want the finest honey. Our beekeepers and partners alike are down to earth. We search for the finest honey from selected farms and bring it together for you. All our suppliers are small and down to earth, and so are we. When you buy from us, you know you’re getting authentic honey direct from the farm.

Onuku manuka honey is packed full of
goodness - its rich, dark colour and
robust taste carry the wild flavours of
native New Zealand manuka flowers from some of the country's most beautiful, pristine and nutrient-rich volcanic landscape.

New Zealand is the only place in the world where bees and manuka flowers come together to create manuka honey. It’s delicious, nutritious, and the benefits don’t stop there - it’s also packed with the active ingredient methylglyoxal (MGO) which gives manuka honey its superpowers. Manuka honey is popular for improving digestive health, easing cold and flu symptoms and soothing dry, itchy skin. There’s even evidence it helps fight infection

- we reckon it’s one of nature’s cleverest compounds.

We love New Zealand. We really do. And we want to do everything we can to

keep our beautiful country as clean and green as possible. That’s why we only

work with farmers who are as fussy about sustainability as we are.

Beebro comes out of a small-scale packing house, tailor-made to minimize waste. Notably you the consumer have a choice of either glass or plastic for your honey. Beekeeper Bro Logan and family have a mission......

They also have a vision - it involves the full planting of their family farm with native trees, providing the best food and shelter for their busy bees. Planting has already begun and they’re documenting their progress as they create a brighter future for their bees, their region and their planet.

Take Onuku - we’re over the moon about the way they manage approximately 2363 hectares of prime land at the base of mighty Mount Tarawera (which famously erupted in 1866) and on the shores of Lake Rotomahana. They work hard to protect the land for future generations, and you can be sure that they put the same amount of aroha and attention into their authentic manuka honey.

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