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Manuka honey liquid sticks

MGO 150+ active

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    HOYER Manuka Sticks - a high-quality combination of Manuka honey and purely natural vitamin C, which contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

    • also practical for on the go
    • without preservatives
    • without flavorings and colorings
    • vegetarian - gluten-free - lactose-free
    Ingredients & nutritional values

    Ingredients:Manuka honey 55 %, agave syrup, acerola juice concentrate, maltodextrin.

    All ingredients from certified organic production.

    Nutrition declaration per 100g: Energy content 1316 kJ (314 kcal); Fat < 0.1 g of which saturated fatty acids < 0.1 g; Carbohydrates 76.1 g of which sugars 74.7 g; Protein 0.2 g; Salt < 0.1 g; Vitamin C 75 mg *

    *corresponds to 94 % of the rec. daily requirement

    Consumption recommendation

    Knead the sachet before opening. 2 sticks dailypreferably take pure or mix with a drink, yoghurt or muesli, for example.

    Further product information

    Liquid sticks with manuka honey, agave syrup and acerola

    Bio-Kontrollstelle: DE-ÖKO-001

    Content in 2 sticks: natürl. Vitamin C 12 mg (corresponds to 15% of the daily requirement)

    Allergens: none

    Notes: Do not store above 25 degrees. Like raw food, this product is not suitable for infants under 12 months.

    Name and address of the food business operator: HOYER GmbH, Steinbruchstraße 18, D-82398 Polling


    Delivery time is 2-3 days (DE&AT)

    Free shipping from 40€ (DE)

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    Manuka honey liquid sticks

    Manuka honey: the superfood from New Zealand

    What makes this honey so special?

    Manuka honey occupies an outstanding special position due to its unusually high activity. The Institute of Food Chemistry at TU Dresden identified the active ingredient that is primarily responsible for this: Methylglyoxal (MGO). In contrast to normal honey only New Zealand Manuka honey has a significantly high content:

    ❗️Other honeys: 0 to 20 mg/kg MGO

    ❗️Manuka honeys: 20 to 800 mg/kg MGO

    The higher the content, the more intense the honey and the flavor. The differences in the MGO values of
    Manuka honey are based on factors such as location, weather conditions, time of harvest, storage, etc., as is usual with natural products.

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    Why Manuka Honey products from HOYER?

    • 100% BIO premium quality

      For 30 years, we have exclusively offered honey from certified organic beekeeping.

    • 100% MGO certified

      Provides even more transparency and a guarantee of originality.

    • 100% original from New Zealand

      Harvested with love and by hand in the pristine South Island of New Zealand.

    • 100% electricity from renewable energies

      We have been working with our own green electricity from solar energy since 2004.

    World's #1 new Zealand organc Honey Brand

    Where does our Manuka honey come from?

    The New Zealand family beekeeping company TranzAlpine was founded in 1910 and has been inspected and certified according to the "biogro" guidelines for organic beekeeping for over 30 years.

    In order to meet the high demand for high-quality organic manuka honey, we entered into an exclusive partnership with TranzAlpine in 2014.

    Find out more about TranzAlpine Honey

    FAQ - Frequently asked questions about our Manuka honey


    The South Sea myrtle, also known as manuka (from Māori: Mānuka), is a shrub plant related to the Australian tea tree and is almost exclusively native to New Zealand. Manuka has been used by the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, for many generations.

    The effects of manuka honey first attracted attention in the 1930s when New Zealand dairy farmers fed it to their cows and noticed that they suffered significantly fewer illnesses than cows that had not previously been fed manuka honey. Since the 1980s, scientific publications have increasingly made reference to the properties of manuka honey.

    In recent years, this exceptional honey has also become known in Europe thanks to further research (including at the Technical University of Dresden by Prof. Thomas Henle) and numerous media reports.


    The indication “MGO 250+” means that it contains at least 250 mg/kg of the active ingredient methylglyoxal (MGO).

    The higher the content, the more intense the honey and the taste. As is usual with natural products, the differences in the MGO values of Manuka honey are due to factors such as location, weather conditions, time of harvest, storage...

    How is Manuka honey used?

    Manuka honey is traditionally used externally and internally.

    Like other honey, you can of course also enjoy manuka honey on bread, in tea or in smoothies.

    Our New Zealand partner beekeeping company TranzAlpine