A Well Established New Zealand Household Brand
Mother Earth is also establishing a fine reputation with its creamy and tasty manuka honey products.
Working with experienced beekeepers who manage 6,500 hives. A total of 3.25 million bees produce some of the most popular manuka honey sold in New Zealand. These hives are spread across the upper part of New Zealand’s North Island.
Strategically Placed Beehives
Mother Earth owns all of its beehives and places them strategically near the North Island’s price manuka bushes. During the 2-6 week manuka flowering season, the bees collect their nectar from only manuka bushes.
Revolutionary Production Facilities
Mother Earth’s production facilities are as high-quality as the honey they manufacture. Each production facility is GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) and SFQ (Safe Food Quality) certified to ensure that when you buy manuka honey, you’re buying quality.
Tried and Tested
Each bottle of manuka honey is carefully tested by our professional workers to ensure the highest quality of our product.
Each bottle from Manuka Honey Singapore is filled with the best manuka honey by specialised, state-of-the-art machinery.
Next, we label each bottle with a special UMF sticker to show that it’s been tested and meets the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) standards for honey.
The last production stage of Manuka Honey Singapore’s careful process involves checking each bottle for imperfections or flaws. That’s how we make sure you get the very best manuka honey every time!
Ready to Fly!
Your bottle of Manuka Honey is ready and waiting to be shipped right to your kitchen. This beautifully bottled product is the sweetest treat for any occasion.
Three Popular Range of Honey
Mother Earth produces honey from the most basic Multi-floral Honey, UMF 5+ Manuka Honey to mid-range UMF 10+ Manuka Honey. Due to its affordability, it is highly sought after and UMF 10+ is our customer’s most popular choice. They are packed in a plastic tinted container which protects the valuable manuka from sun degradation.