It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
I was in my local Supermarket and wanted to buy a jar of Manuka honey so I picked up a jar of the honey to put in my basket but I was nearly incontinent when I saw the price of it £22.00 for a 340 grams in a PLASTIC jar of UMF15+ Manuka honey.
I had to go outside to re-check the name of the Supermarket, just for a minute I thought that I was in shopping in Harrods!
So I brought a cheaper version for £11.99
A few day later I went to Holland and Barrett's Health shop to see how much they were selling their Manuka Honey. I was in the area shopping, so I popped into the Health store.
There I spotted a jar of Manuka honey UMF 20+ for £40.00 if was on offer, buy one and you get the second one half price. I'm no Einstein but that's Sixty quid!
....UMF® means Unique Manuka Factor.....and it has been registered also
Its basically a measure of the antibacterial strength...as an industry standard.....as determined by the Honey Research Unit at the University of Waikato in New Zealand.