Naki Honey is a New Zealand owned and operated family business based in New Plymouth. Their honey is named after the nearby dormant volcano, Mt Taranaki which is situated in the lower North Island. The soil in this region is rich and fertile providing the ideal growing conditions for Manuka trees to flourish. Naki’s hives are placed in Manuka rich remote land well away from crops and roads to ensure a pure and high-quality honey free of any contaminants.
The founder and owner of Naki Honey, Brett Mascull, personally signs and guarantees his company’s Manuka Honey. Naki have their own land, hives, beekeepers, and factory so are in complete control over every step of their honey production. Every jar has its own unique number so you can check on the company’s website for information about the batch, test results and hive location.
Naki are a member of the Unique Manuka Factor Association which grades Manuka Honey according to the strength and purity of the specific compounds present. This grading is your further assurance of purity and quality.