Manuka Honey Powder & Lozinges

Manuka NZ produces bulk honey powder as well as a range of retail products including Lozenges and Honey Powder Tubes and Sachets. We source the highest quality product and then dry it to produce powders of exceptional taste and quality.


retail products


Honey and Fruit Powder


Our powder is manufactured using a proprietary process and in a RMP registered factory. The powder is used in wet and dry food systems, confectionary and health bars, powdered soups,sauces, gravies, custards, milk product, an alternative to sugar and dry bakery premixes.


Honey Powder




Honey Lozengers



Our Honey Lozenges are made from 90% pure honey. Honey is a natural anti-microbial and these are perfect for a sore throat or when you just want something sweet. It’s better than candy because honey contains antioxidants. Flavours include lemon, cherry blackcurrant, ginger, propolis and menthol. Contact us for detail on OEM opportunities and to discuss specific lozenge recipes.


Tubes & Sachets

We are now able to pack honey powder into foil straws and sachets. Contact us for detail on OEM opportunities.


Honey Sachets



Honey Powder
Appearance: Gold to light gold colour
Flavour: Strong distinct Honey flavour
Packaging: 10 kg foil bags in cardboard outer
Moisture: 2.5 % maximum
Composition: Honey solids 70%
Particle size: All through 60 mesh or to meet customers requirements.
It incorporates 30% maltodextrin to help stabilise the powder during storage.
It is important to store below 25 C

Nutritional Information

Average Quantity per 100 g
Energy 1710 kJ
Protein 0.2 g
Fat 0 g
Carbohydrate 97.2 g
Sugars 73.7 g
Sodium 35 mg




Due to its extremely hygroscopic nature, Honey Powder can absorb moisture during transit, humid storage conditions or when left in open contaners.
If it hardens, it can be powdered again in a food processor.

A good way to store Honey Powder is to place the original packaging into a air tight jar or tub, and place a few silica gel packets inside the jar. Ideal storage temperature is 25 degrees C and below.

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