Jar of Manuka Honey UMF 10+ 500g from New Zealand Honey Co
Jar of Manuka Honey UMF 10+ 250g from New Zealand Honey Co
Jar of Manuka Honey UMF 10+ 500g with Retail Box
Jar of Manuka Honey UMF 10+ 500g size with UMF and MGO numbers
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Manuka Honey UMF 10+ | MGO 263+
Manuka Honey UMF 10+ | MGO 263+
Common uses for Manuka Honey UMF 10+

Manuka Honey UMF 10+ | MGO 263+

Regular price $98.99 NZD

This Manuka Honey has a UMF™ grading of:

UMF™ 10+

MGO & NPA comparison is approximately:

MGO 263+ | NPA 10+


Our Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ is produced by bees collecting nectar from the native Manuka plant, a scrubby tree that is abundant across New Zealand and is well known for its medicinal antibacterial qualities. These unique properties have led Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ to be one of the most researched honeys in the world. The small white flowers of the Manuka tree bloom during spring and summer in New Zealand and this is the time of year when the bees collect the nectar and produce the honey.


New Zealand Honey Co. Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ is a complex honey with a herbaceous flavour that has undertones of caramel, with a clean fresh finish and a mildly bitter taste. This honey has a very smooth, pleasant texture; thick, almost chewy and fudge-like in consistency. The honey can range from being a dark cream in colour to a dark brown, and anything in between.


Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ is world renowned for having unique health benefits. It is high in antioxidant activity and has unique non peroxide activity which isn’t found in any other variety of honey. It is effective against a wide range of harmful bacteria and has been shown to be beneficial to your digestive health. Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ contains more vitamins, minerals and amino acids than other types of honey. The higher the UMF grade, the better the health benefits.


Our Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ is great as a spread on nutty breads and adds a rich complexity to savoury sauces and marinades. Wild Manuka Honey UMF 10+ can also be eaten straight off the spoon or added to drinks to help alleviate sore throats and coughs. Add this honey to a smoothie for a healthy sweetener, or drizzle over your yoghurt and muesli.


What is UMF™?

UMF™ (Unique Manuka Factor) is a highly-respected grading system that guarantees you genuine, unadulterated natural Manuka Honey. All our Manuka Honey is tested by an independent third party and, at a minimum, meet the standards set by the UMF Association and the New Zealand Government.

Understanding UMF™ vs MGO vs K-Factor:

  • UMF™ is the highest testing standard for any honey worldwide. UMF testing measures these key elements - Leptosperin, DHA, HMF and Methylglyoxal (MGO) which all mark a high-quality Manuka Honey.
  • MGO measures Methylglyoxal (MG) but not Leptosperin which classifies genuine Manuka honey.
  • K-Factor focuses on the pollen count of the honey and does not measure the antibacterial strength of the Manuka honey.

    New Zealand Honey Co. is a member of the UMF™ Association and all our honey is tested and measured to the UMF grading standard.

    Our head beekeeper talks through what to look for when purchasing Manuka Honey.


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    My nephew was easily getting sick during winter times. Then, I suggested my brother (lives in Turkey) to use your active manuka honey (10+) for his son. He has been extremely happy and satisfied with the outcome since then. Guess what, I am sending one box to Turkey every year. Hope you keep producing good quality honey. Thanking on behalf of my brother as well. Cheers, Salih


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    • Is the honey filtered? If so, why is it, and why does it not affect the efficacy of the honey?

      All honey has to be extracted from the comb. We use a centrifuge extraction process to do this. This system separates the debris (wax segments and pollen) from the honey. We do not filter or fine filter our honey.