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National Honey Week: Magical Manuka

Add some zing and spice to your culinary repertoire this 7th-11th May to mark National Honey Week, with the launch of two new mouth-watering manuka products direct from the beehives of New Zealand.
 
New Zealand Honey Co, producers of 100% pure, authentic honey, has perked up its premium Manuka honey with the addition of lemon and root ginger creating two new exciting honey options that are great for cooking with and must-have?s on anyone?s shopping list this year.  
So much more than a sugary sweetener, the new Manuka Honey with Lemon and Manuka Honey with Root Ginger not only taste great but are brilliant functional foods, which provide a number of health benefits, helping you to put a spring in your step!
 
The Manuka Honey with Lemon, with its delicious zesty, zing, is packed full of Vitamin C and adds a whole new element to the honey ? making it the perfect ingredient for salads and desserts. Smooth and fresh, the honey is also great when added to smoothies and juices, for an extra healing health kick!
 
Ginger, a store cupboard essential for any food lover - has been used to create New Zealand Honey Co?s deliciously different Manuka Honey and Ginger. The distinct flavours make it an ideal ingredient to be included in salad dressings, in marinades for BBQ meats, or rubbed into a beautiful cut of fresh salmon for extra depth of flavour. Try experimenting with it in recipes to create your perfect dish!
 
New Zealand Honey Co has also created a great range of recipes, for magical manuka meal inspiration this National Honey Week, including the two new products.
 
To find out more, visit the website at www.newzealandhoneyco.com.
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Peter Cox
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Where can I purchase the honeys?

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