Manuka Honey 200+ MGO (Raw)


  • no additives & non GMO

Lazu mono-floral honey is 100% NZ natural “raw” honey collected by the NZ honey bee from the Manuka flower.

What does raw mean?

“Raw”  means that the honey has not been heated greater than 47.7 degree C (Lazu honey is heated to 38 degrees – the same temperature as the hive) and that no additional processing has taken place. eg. pasteurised, fine filtered or creamed. As this has been shown to affect the food enzymes and can remove the nutritious elements within the honey.

Lazu honey has no additives and is non-gmo.


100% NZ natural “raw” Manuka Honey


Enjoy as a spread or straight off the spoon


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Lazu is a homegrown New Zealand brand from Healthy Start NZ. They represent health, vitality and life. 

Lazu want you to keep active and do the things in life that matter, whatever your age. Whether that’s playing with your children or grandchildren, gardening or travelling the world, they want you to feel fantastic. To them, this means living your life at the Max!

They are passionate about producing unique, natural, safe and nutritious products so you feel your best inside and out. 

All of Lazu's products include the world renown New Zealand Manuka Honey. Mānuka [ mā·nu·ka ] Honey comes from the nectar of the flower of the Mānuka bush (Leptospermum scoparium) which is indigenous to New Zealand. It is the nectar and the bee that give this honey its unique properties.. 



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