Airborne Health honeys
What differentiates Airborne Honey from other honey brands?
- Airborne Honey uses the international CODEX standard to define manuka honey
- For honey to be defined as manuka honey 3 parameters need to be measured.
Organoleptic Taste profile
Physicochemical Sugar and mineral profile
Microscopic Pollen profile
Quality HMF profile
- Airborne summarizes the standards of manuka on its label under Honest, Undamaged & Traceable label on the back of every jar.
Honest Over 70% manuka pollen
Undamaged Under HMF 10mg/kg (Hydroxymethlfurfural)
Traceable Can be traced back to the beehive
- Consumers can enter the batch number into "Trace Me" on a website and see all the parameters for the honey in the jar http://www.abh.tips
- Airborne Manuka 70+, 80+ and 85+ The numbers refer to the purity of manuka honey.
- No therapeutic claims can be made for manuka honey sold in retail packs.
- It is very important to confirm the Manuka pollen content is over 70% manuka pollen The actual manuka pollen percentage for the batch is published on the label under Honest.
- Good quality Manuka Honey should have over 70% manuka pollen "Honest" have an HMF level below 10mg/kg "Undamaged" and can be tracked back to the beehive "Traceable"