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Australian Manuka honey company achieve rare and unprecedented MGO levels

Zakazukha 3 mins read

Leading Australian Manuka honey producer Biosota Organics has announced the limited production of the highest-grade MGO (methylglyoxal) Manuka honey on record, setting a new standard within the industry.

 

Consumers will soon have the exclusive opportunity to savour the world’s rarest and highest MGO Manuka honey, MGO 2100+, which is incredibly rare and rigorously lab-tested to ensure authenticity.

 

Biosota CEO Andrey Zubko says they are elated to share their achievement with the world and look forward to consumers enjoying taste of their exceptional honey.

 

“With only 500 jars produced, the rarity of MGO 2100+ makes this a one-of-a-kind and coveted addition to the world of Manuka honey,” says Mr Zubko. 

 

“Less than one percent of all types of honey fall into this category, making it an extraordinarily unique taste of Australia and a sought-after experience.

 

“Our MGO 2100+ Manuka honey’s path from hive to customer is a deliberate blend of nature and science, with as little human interference as possible, ensuring that its high grade and quality stay entirely intact.”

 

Manuka honey’s unique bioactive component Methylglyoxal (MGO) is responsible for the honey’s antibacterial capabilities and the potency of these bioactive properties increases proportionally with higher MGO levels. 

 

Available in three sizes, 70g, 250g and 500g, Biosota’s MGO 2100+ comes in a patented MIRON Violetglass jar, with the 500g jar including a special humidity and temperature sensor lid.

 

“Each of Biosota’s MGO 2100+ Manuka honey is carefully hand poured into a patented MIRON Violetglass jar, a unique biophotonic container designed for high-grade natural products that preserve the honey naturally, as if it was still in the beehive,” says Mr Zubko.

 

“We recommend storing all Manuka honey at room temperature, around 18 to 22 degrees Celsius, so the sensor lids enable you to keep your honey in perfect condition.”

 

To achieve such high grades of Manuka honey, Mr Zubko says Biosota carefully considers the placement of their hives and the time of year.

 

“Our hives are strategically placed to align with the short flowering seasons of the Manuka species, which usually lasts between two and six weeks,” says Mr Zubko.

 

“The rural locations of our unspoiled bee sites are nestled deep in the Australian bush, state rainforests and national parks, enabling us to produce Manuka honey away from the influence of pesticides, chemicals or pollutants. 

 

“This allows us to achieve our glyphosate-free certifications and also ensures our antibiotic-free bees are unbothered by noise or distraction and can go about their harvest efficiently and calmy; safe from any pesticide-sprayed crops.”

 

Mr Zubko says to assure the quality and originality of each harvest, Biosota’s products are rigorously tested by independently accredited laboratories.

 

“Every batch of Biostoa Manuka honey is tested in two independent laboratories for its MGO levels and customers can access these lab reports on individual product pages or email us for the latest report,” says Mr Zubko.

 

Biosota’s MGO 2100+ provides a unique gift option for corporate environments or individuals seeking for health-focused gifts that convey a thoughtful message of wellness.

 

High medicinal-grade Manuka honey can be used for wounds, ulcers, infections, burns and most notably, for antibiotic resistant infections such as MRSA and golden staph infections.

 

Biosota Organics is a third-generation family-owned and operated business that combines three generations of beekeeping expertise with the unique Australian environment to create the world’s rarest and finest high grade MGO Manuka honey.


About us:

Biosota Organics is a third-generation family-owned and operated business that combines three generations of beekeeping expertise with the unique Australian environment to create the world’s rarest and finest high grade MGO Manuka honey.


Contact details:

For all media enquiries contact Melinda Burton on 0400 740 067 or melinda.burton@zakazukha.com 

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