We produce some of the best Manuka Honey in New Zealand

Kaimai Gold, founded in 1998 sits at the foothills of the stunning Kaimai Ranges, surrounded by pristine native New Zealand bush. With over 18 years of experience in delivering natures perfect gift, Manuka honey, the founders have built a thriving international export business.

Kaimai Gold UMF Manuka Honey

Kaimai Gold has been producing high quality Manuka honey since 1998 and is one of the most experienced manufacturers in the market. Founded with a mission to share New Zealand’s gift of Manuka honey with the world, it has grown from strength to strength over the years. Kaimai Gold is named after the beautiful mountain range that sits behind the factory in the foothills of Matamata in New Zealand’s Waikato region.

Kaimai Gold Manuka honey is export quality, high grade honey. It currently comes in four grades: UMF 5+, UMF 10+, UMF 15+ and UMF 20+. The honey not only tastes great, the higher grades are regarded as medical grade honey and is purported to be helpful for a number of medical conditions.


Manuka Honey from New Zealand is produced by bees looking for nectar in the flowers of the native Manuka tree (leptospermum scoparium). The Manuka tree has been used for centuries by the New Zealand Maori for its healing properties. While many honey products show some level of antibacterial behavior, Manuka honey is many times more potent that anything else and is unique to New Zealand. Kaimai Gold uses the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) rating system set up by the UMF Honey Association of New Zealand to measure the antibacterial strength of the honey and is the industry standard for testing. As a member of the UMFHA, Kaimai Gold must adhere to stringent testing practices that ensure the customer gets the products they are expecting.

We are very proud of the long tradition of Kaimai Gold Manuka Honey in New Zealand

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