Better for you. Better for our world.

Our commitment

Sustainability and conservation play a significant role in how we do business. Making sure our brand is sustainable means being conscious and intentional with the everyday decisions we make, and to strive towards doing whatever we can to ensure our business has the least impact on the planet, which is why it is essential that our packaging comes from sustainable sources. We are committed to continuously grow and explore new ways of doing things to help minimise the impact we have on the planet. It’s our goal to be a part of the solution to climate change, and you can be too!

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Sustainable packaging

Our jars are made from sugarcane making them a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based plastics. They are 100% recyclable and all materials generated during their manufacture is either reused or recycled. The manufacturers are Toitū Diamond Enviro-mark accredited; an internationally recognised initiative that helps companies reduce their impact on the environment during the manufacturing process.

Our product labels and cardboard packaging are both FSC and PEFC certified and come from sustainably managed forests, giving you the assurance that we are doing what we can to help preserve endangered forests and their biodiversity.

BEE HEALTH

Our Mānuka Honey doesn’t come from farms of plantation grown plants or as a by-product of hives trucked in to pollinate cash crops. 

Our hives are nestled in the stunning, untouched corners of New Zealand, far from GMOs and city pollution—perfect for happy, healthy bees.

We keep fewer hives in these lush areas to avoid overcrowding.This helps our bees thrive, pollinate like champs, and ensures ethical honey harvesting.

SuPPORTING OUR COMMUNITIES

At Honuka, we care greatly for our local communities and have a very hands-on approach. We also support local initiatives and invest in community projects. 

Need a lot more in here about supporting local and giving back to the community.

"The bee collects honey from flowers in such a way as to do the least damage or destruction to them, and he leaves them whole, undamaged and fresh, just as he found them."

Saint Francis de Sales

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Join us on our mission to protect bees, and our planet.