The Mānuka tree is native to New Zealand. Areas abundant with native Mānuka blossoms are often located in remote parts of New Zealand. Our beekeepers place the beehives in these locations, sometimes reaching them by helicopter.
Mānuka flowers bloom for just two to six weeks per year. In this very short season bees gather the nectar to make this prized honey, highly valued throughout the world for its rare and complex properties and its special, earthy flavour.
Mānuka honey with the UMF™ quality mark ensures the purity and quality of authentic Mānuka honey from New Zealand. Every batch of UMF™ honey is independently tested to measure the Unique Mānuka Factor (UMF™). This registered quality mark is the official stamp on Mānuka honey that has been scientifically tested and graded appropriately.
The honey companies that use this grading system are official licensees of the UMF™ Honey Association, which has very strict criteria. www.umf.org.nz
Haddrell’s of Cambridge® Mānuka honey comes from beehives kept in New Zealand’s pure and lush countryside. Our expert beekeepers gather the honey at the end of the summer season. This harvested honey is tested by the MPI standards and certified using the UMF™ -approved grading regime. Great care is taken of this precious honey which is packed in our facility operating to an internationally recognised Food Safety Standard (SQF).
Sweet Success at the 2022 London International Honey Awards
Haddrell’s, has had sweet success on the world stage picking up two coveted awards at the 2022 London International Honey Awards.
Haddrell’s Mānuka Honey UMF 22+ and Limited Edition Mānuka Honey UMF 25+ have both been awarded silver quality medals at the Awards, which recognise the very best honeys from around the world.
Products entered in the Awards are blind tasted by a panel of international expert judges and assessed on taste, appearance, odour, texture, flavour and mouth-feel.