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Manuka Health One of Australia’s Most Trusted Honey Brands

Manuka Health Named One of Australia’s Most Trusted Honey Brands

Manuka Health has been recognised as one of Australia’s most trusted honey brands in the annual Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands Survey.

Commissioned by Reader’s Digest, one of the world’s largest and most respected publications, the annual independent survey directs consumers to the brands they can trust most. Manuka Health came second in the honey category, pipping a large number of other Australian and New Zealand honey brands to the post.

“We are humbled and proud of the fact that consumers have so much faith in the Manuka Health brand,” says Manuka Health GM Marketing, Nina Paul. “Every day, we strive to provide the best quality manuka honey and natural healthcare products available. Every batch of honey is tested when it arrives and leaves our facilities, to ensure it is of the highest standard, and that it is 100% genuine manuka honey.”

“Consumers recognise and respect our commitment to quality, and in return they show us strong brand loyalty, which we are extremely grateful for. This award is recognition of how well Manuka Health is distinguishing itself in an increasingly crowded market.”

The Trusted Brand logo will be rolled out across Manuka Health’s marketing in Australia this year.

Manuka Health was founded in 2006 in response to the growing demand for premium manuka honey and its wide application of health benefits including dietary supplements, gourmet foods, personal care and wound care products. The company prides itself on being one of the world’s most trustworthy source of genuine manuka honey.

For more information, visit manukahealth.co.nz.

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