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  • Airborne Honey for Kids is a pure, natural New Zealand honey made just for kids. It has a deliciously mild flavour that research shows kids just love.

  • No mess, no waste cap
    What is really different about this honey is the special cap. Inside the cap is a cut off valve that stops waste and sticky mess around the lid. This means that the honey will only come out when the bottle is squeezed (even when it's held upside down) and will stop cleanly, leaving no drips around the lid.

  • Fun design encourages kids to eat something healthy
    Honey is a great source of natural energy and a healthy spread for kids. The fun bright design means kids love using it and also makes it easier to encourage kids to eat something healthy.

  • Every jar donates to Cholmondeley Children's Centre 
    As well as being a great honey, 10 cents from every bottle sold goes to Cholmondeley Children's Centre, which provides quality emergency and planned respite short-term care and education for children in need, and support for their family. Many of these children and their families are experiencing stress and crisis situations. Cholmondeley Children's Centre is able to step up and help, making a difference in these children's lives. Donating to this charity is just one of the ways Airborne is helping children to grow and develop. Click here to find out more about Cholmondeley Children's Centre:www.cholmondeley.org.nz

  • Try this great kids' recipe: Airborne Honey Bubble Slice

    125g butter
    2-3 Tbsp honey
    125g brown sugar
    1 tsp vanilla
    4 cups rice bubbles
    Melt all the liquid ingredients in the microwave and pour over the rice
    bubbles. Mix and spread onto a flat tray, making the slice as thick as you want. Refrigerate for 4 hours. Cut into squares and store in the fridge if you like them chewy, or out of the fridge if you like them soft.
    You can add 1/2 cup of cocoa powder for a chocolate version.
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