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Honey NZ Reassures Market of UMF Rating


16 April 2008

Honey NZ Reassures Market of UMF Rating

Honey New Zealand has moved to reassure its customers that all of its UMF® Manuka Honey products meet the Active Manuka Honey Association’s (AMHA) stringent UMF® license requirements.

Honey New Zealand Director, Matthew Pringle, said all of Honey New Zealand’s products are independently tested to confirm the activity rating shown on the product.

“Following the termination of Manuka Health’s UMF membership by AMHA, Honey New Zealand (a licensee of the UMF® trademark) supports the actions taken by AHMA to protect the brand and products that bear its trademark.”


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