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Wow best deal ever.. Got 3 w S&S came out to $22
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FWIW $34 avg per ccc (welcome back ccc!)
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I never know what to believe anymore, per Amazon review:

"So I read this on a health resource in disappointed that I was mislead by Wedderspoon!!!

The high level of "key chemicals" is what we are seeking for all this cash we are paying. Ratings of 10+ and above (10+, 15+, 20+, etc.) are highest grades of Manuka in New Zealand.
An example of "jumping the gun" is the Wedderspoon product pictured above in the middle, it seems to get good reviews on Amazon (and "seems" to be viewed by American consumers as the best Manuka available in the USA), but you will still see reviewers who make comments such as….
"The results of an analysis performed by NZLabs on two different Wedderspoon products were disclosed yesterday. The analysis included a jar labeled as Active 16+ and another jar labeled as Active 12+, both of which were found to have non-peroxide and total peroxide activity of less than 8.2 which is as low as the test goes. This suggests that the potency of the Wedderspoon Manuka Honey had to be either extremely low or nonexistent. It certainly confirms that the honeys were not of the potency that they were labeled as having.
"This is not only unethical and dishonest, it's an absolute disgrace," says Frank Buonanotte, CEO of Honeymark International which is a U.S. importer of Manuka honey. "This type of inactive Manuka honey will not yield the same medicinal results that people have come to expect." .
"Wedderspoon has been able to get away with this deceptive and fraudulent practice because the FDA doesn't recognize honey of any kind as being an antibacterial agent. Therefore, they do not have a role in regulating the potency level of Manuka honey. Nevertheless, consumers have come to recognize the numbers indicated on the label as the potency level. Wedderspoon has twisted the general public's understanding of Manuka honey's antibacterial activity by misleading their customers into thinking that they were getting more than what they paid for"
My Note: …on Wedderspoon, is that it is "perceived" to be the top of the line, best readily available Manuka in the USA, for those who have not researched the subject and are just grabbing something off the shelf …..just an observation and opinion"
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Wow best deal ever.. Got 3 w S&S came out to $22
How did you get three for $22? Am I missing something here?
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How did you get three for $22? Am I missing something here?
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How did you get three for $22? Am I missing something here?
Yes, yes you are.
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seems like a good price for this product however the quality is debatable based on the fact that wedderspoon is not UMF certified.
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Never tried it before. What is this honey useful for?
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from my understanding, wedderspoon uses a their own grading system (kfactor). the problem is that it emphasizes more on purity rather than the various antibacterial properties (which is what makes manuka special). UMF or even MGO method is overall a better/more reliable grading system. but due to high demand/popularity and limited supply of real/high grade manuka, there are a lot of companies/products fooling customers by selling low grade or even fake manuka honey....so be aware
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Comvita is the best Manuka honey; 10+ UMF or above. Much more expensive though.
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I never know what to believe anymore, per Amazon review:
"The results of an analysis performed by NZLabs on two different Wedderspoon products were disclosed yesterday. The analysis included a jar labeled as Active 16+ and another jar labeled as Active 12+, both of which were found to have non-peroxide and total peroxide activity of less than 8.2 which is as low as the test goes. This suggests that the potency of the Wedderspoon Manuka Honey had to be either extremely low or nonexistent. It certainly confirms that the honeys were not of the potency that they were labeled as having.
This doesn't surprise me one bit. We raise bees and are active members in our county beekeepers association. Good Manuka will easily cost 3 to 10 times what they are charging. This is one example of "you get what you pay for". Manuka is spendy because production is very limited, so producers will demand top dollar. Ask yourself one question: Why would any business sell something for 1/3 of what it's worth when demand is high and supply is low?
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If I had to guess, clearance because the gig is up. There are probably some bad news associated with their proprietary "standard" of measure.
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