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Berringa, Australian Manuka Honey Lozenges Lemon & Menthol (Made With Mgo, 900+) X 30 Pack, 150g

Berringa, Australian Manuka Honey Lozenges Lemon & Menthol (Made With Mgo, 900+) X 30 Pack, 150g

Brand : Berringa , Categories : Berringa , Food , Food & Groceries , General Health
Availability : Instock
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$8.87 AUD (Inclusive GST)
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$8.06
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Product Description:

Berringa is an Australian owned company that only sources 100% Australian honey. Berringa believes that high quality Australian honey is unbeatable, from Eucalyptus to “Super Manuka”. They are also strong advocates and supporters of sustainable farming and work closely with beekeepers to ensure good farming practices.

Many people believe that manuka honey is only available from New Zealand, but it’s actually widely produced in Australia as well. In fact, Australia’s warmer climate provide very favourable conditions for growing Manuka plants (and we have 83 species) that produce honey with high amounts of methylglyoxal (MGO) from their unique nectar and pollen, as acknowledged by world experts in honey production. MGO is internationally recognized as a key measure of Manuka antibacterial activity. 

Berringa's Manuka Honey Lozenges combine the goodness of MGO900+ Australian Manuka honey with subtle notes of lemon and menthol. Individually wrapped for soothing, antibacterial relief on the go.

Ingredients:

Sugar, glucose syrup, Manuka Honey (10%), Food Acid (330), Lemon Oil and Menthol.

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