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Manuka Honey MG100+ Snappak
  • Manuka Honey MG100+ Snappak

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Manuka Honey MG100+ Snappak

  • Manuka Honey MG100+ Snappak

Manuka Honey MG100+ Snappak

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  • 100% Natural
  • Quality Assurance
  • No Added Preservatives & Sugar

Suitable for 

  • Convenience On-The-Go
  • Instant Energy Boosters
  • Remedy for cuts, insect bite, sore throat, mouth ulcers, cough and dry skin conditions

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    Eu Yan Sang Manuka Honey MG100+ Snap Pak is a convenient single serve to sweeten your drink - an alternative to sugar!  Carry it on the go for easy everyday use. It is 100% natural with no added sugar or preservatives. 

    Our honey is of premium grade and sourced from some of the most unpolluted regions of New Zealand. Each batch is tested by a NZFSA (New Zealand Food Safety Authority) accredited laboratory. Eu Yan Sang Manuka Honey MG100+ contains at least 100ml/kg of Methylglyoxal (MG).

    1. 100% Pure & Natural
    2. Top-Grade Quality
    3. Certified Methylglyoxal (MG) Levels
    4. Convenient On-The-Go

    Manuka Honey


    Snap in half & squeeze. Can be consumed directly, used as a spread or added to a drink. 

    Store in cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. 

    Honey can naturally contain traces of bee pollen. Not suitable for individuals with a pollen allergy and young children below 12 months old. 

    Due to the natural property of the ingredient, there may be variation in colour and viscosity of the product from batch to batch. 



    Evolution of Honey Bees

    Honey bees have been around for at least 8,000 years.  They live socially within the same nest, gather pollen and nectar, and produce honey.  To reach adulthood, they go through four development stages - egg, larva, pupa and adult.

    • After laying eggs, the queen bee entrusts the nursing of the larva to the worker bees.  Bees are holometabolous insects and the eggs appear to be white and transparent.
    • Hatching of an egg to larvae takes about three days.  For the first three days, all honey bee larvae are fed with royal jelly, then honey and bee pollen on the latter six days.  These are the worker bees.  As for larvae fed with royal jelly exclusively, they will transform themselves to queen bees.
    • Cells are capped by worker bees when larva pupates.  A queen bee takes 7 days to develop into adulthood, a drone takes 14 days and a work bee needs 12 days.
    • Newly enclosed bees are darker in colour and will bite their way out of the cocoon.  They will first roam about in the hive and once they find the cell, they will suck on the honey.  On the other hand, the worker bees will start being industrious.


    The Bee Roles

    The Matriarch - Queen Bee

    Usually the largest in the hive, there is only one queen bee in a colony.  As the most pampered and respected member of the hive, she is to reproduce but never to nurture.

    The Male Specimen - Drone

    A drone, a male honey bee is smaller than a queen bee but larger than a worker bee.  There are usually 600 to 800 of those in a hive.  Their sole purpose is to fertilise the queen bee and nothing else.

    The Diligent - Worker Bee

    A worker bee, the smallest but most abundant in a hive, is any female bee that lacks the full reproductive capacity of the queen bee.  They take on jobs ranging from nectar gathering, pollen packing, honey sealing to nursing, cell cleaning, honeycomb building and queen guarding.

    Once-in-a-Lifetime Mating

    On the 15th day, a queen bee will become sexually mature and ready for mating in flight.

    Whena  queen flies into a drone congregation area, many drones will chase her up to a certain height.  Gradually, the weaker drones will fall behind, and the stronger few who can catch up get to mate with her until her sperm theca is filled.

    The stored sperm can be used for a lifetime.  Therefore, a queen may remain in the hive to reproduce and gives birth to up to 3,000 eggs per day and up to 200,000 eggs annually.



Greeks and Romans refer honey to food fit for the gods. Some are of the belief that honey is the ambrosia of the gods.

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