MGO stands for Methylglyoxal, which is the name of the chemical marker that gives Mānuka honey its unique antimicrobial activity. This helps ensure that all certified Mānuka honey are authentic and the highest quality.
New Zealand’s indigenous Mānuka tree (Leptospermum Scoparium) has become world-renowned for the unique antimicrobial properties of its honey and its essential oil. Our genuine New Zealand Mānuka Honey is sustainably harvested from New Zealand’s indigenous ‘Super Plant’ grown in the remotest areas of the East Cape region, ensuring quality, potency and origin. From our landowner partners, to the beekeepers, extraction and processing team, we are all very passionate about bringing you only the best Mānuka honey.
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Why should I buy MGO graded honey?
Why is MANUKA LAB® MGO Mānuka honey claimed to be ethically and sustainably sourced?
How do I know my MANUKA LAB® Mānuka honey is
Is MANUKA LAB® Mānuka Honey 100% product of New Zealand?
100% New Zealand Manuka Honey has been used for centuries as a nutritious traditional remedy by Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Today it is used in hospitals for wound dressings, where the real qualities and unique benefits of Manuka honey were first discovered by our founder and owner, pioneer Phil Caskey, and introduced to the world over 20 years ago. More recently the combination of Manuka Oil and Manuka Honey used in advanced bodycare provides unique protecting properties. Or it’s as simple as a spoonful of Manuka honey daily to boost your general wellbeing. All have powerful, superior grade, naturally extracted ingredients, sourced from the place where the originating plants thrive and generates powerful antimicrobial, calming and soothing properties, providing a broad-spectrum protection for your well-being.
Powered by Nature
Born by Science. Working with nature’s wonder ingredients
Fair Share Partnerships
Our caretakers of the land
NZ Approved Standard
Official standard, certified MGO potency
Trusted & Traceable
Fully traceable from plant to pot