Activist 50+ MGO Surfer's Honey
Surfer’s Honey™ is a great option if you are looking for a high quality multi-functional honey with health benefits of a Mānuka component of 50+MGO (Methylglyoxal). A beautiful thick floral honey, this is great for everyday use and the ultimate gift for loved ones, friends and surfers alike. Free of GMOs and large agricultural and urban toxins which are making their way into generic table honey today.
Activist Raw Mānuka Honey is independently tested and certified in New Zealand using the Methylglyoxal (MGO) grading system, which verifies that the Mānuka honey you are buying is authentic. Our 50+ MGO honey is guaranteed to contain at least 50mg Methylglyoxal per kg. Enjoy our Mānuka honey as part of an ongoing healthy and active lifestyle to support your overall wellbeing.
Ingredients: Raw Mānuka Honey
Non-GMO / Product of New Zealand
12 oz. / 340g
Activist is a Mānuka honey company founded by husband and wife, Luke Harwood and Gabrielle Mirkin. Their shared passion for the earth and natural products can be traced to their childhoods in New Zealand.
Luke’s love for surfing and the native coastal land of New Zealand lead him to understand the important role bees play as environmental indicators and was the founding catalyst for Activist. Gabrielle’s time in New York City working as a senior Art Director at Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar led to a slowdown, and the pursuit of new interests outside of the fast-paced world of fashion publications. Gabrielle’s love for radiant health, natural healing therapies and food from the earth was a central driver for the development of Activist.
Based between California and New Zealand, they have built a natural and transparent company as an extension of their lifestyle. Activist is a family owned and operated company. Their involvement is far-reaching: from establishing relationships with bee-keepers (even going surfing with them) to product innovation, while building direct relationships with customers and global retailers. They believe it’s important that New Zealand and its resources are represented authentically on a global scale, rather than sold off to international companies to be rebranded and diluted. If that means building a slower growing, sustainable business, that’s cool with them.