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Organic Certified Honey
Organic Certified Honey
Organic Certified Honey
Organic Certified Honey
Organic Certified Honey
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Organic Certified Honey

From the upper reaches of the Panch Kedar Mountains, with Shiva’s blessings comes a honey that is as pure and pristine as the Himalayas itself. Certified Organic, this 100% natural, creamy honey is a harmonious composition of Himalayan flora that is suitable for all sweetening purposes.


Benefits of Honey

  • Ayurveda supports the medicinal importance of honey and its healing properties.Called as nature’s natural antibiotic, it is known to possess antibacterial & anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Honey is loaded with nutrients, antioxidants, flavonoids and healing compounds which when taken regularly keep people healthy.
  • Made by the alchemy of bees collecting nectar, pollen, and resins from flowers, honey can help moisturize, fight aging, and fight bacteria.
  • Honey helps reduces ulcers & other bacterial gastrointestinal disorders.

 ***Please note: all our honey have passed the NMR test and confirm to our honey origin as Indian. Read More

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    • Where the honey sourced from?

      Certified organic Honey sourced from Northern Mountainous Region.

    • Can this honey be given to a 6 month baby?

      Thank you for your question - which is an important one. 

      Pediatricians recommend waiting until your baby is at least 12 months before introducing honey.
      You should even stay away jars that claim to have been pasteurized, since this process still can't reliably remove all the bacteria.
      Also avoid foods that contain honey as an ingredient.

      Source:https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/honey-for-babies-is-it-safe-benefits-more/

    • Honey ne NMR Testing ko paas kia ha?

      Dear Sir, 
      Our honey have passed NMR testing by Intertek at Brucker Labs, Germany.

      For over a decade you’ve supported our commitment to deliver the best Honey to you. Our work with over 4,000 small Indian beekeepers brings to consumers organic certified and sustainably harvested single-origin honey from different species of Indian bees.

      We at Under The Mango Tree welcome the Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) investigative study which evidences via NMR testing, the adulteration of honey with Chinese modified sugar in honey marketed by prominent national brands.  (https://www.downtoearth.org.in/)

      In keeping with our commitment to “Purity and Traceability,” we are proud to share that our honeys have passed the NMR test in addition to confirming our honey origin as Indian.  Our Honey have been tested by Intertek at Bruker Labs, the German company who developed the NMR technology.

      We are committed to ensuring our honey are 100% pure and have continuously tested and certified them. CSE’s study (and it’s 2010 on antibiotics in honey) reinforces our conviction in what we do.  

      I personally assure you that Under The Mango Tree honey is 100% pure, now also confirmed by Intertek’s test reports.

      Thank you for your continued support which enables us to transform the lives of Indian farmers empowering them to invest in their communities for a sustainable future.

      With gratitude,

      VIJAYA PASTALA,
      CEO- Founder

       

    • Is this honey unheated?

      Dear Dev, 

      Thank you for your email and your question, which I will try to answer. 

      Please find more information about the uniqueness of our honey below. 

      Under The Mango Tree defines its all-natural honey as single-origin honey – as it is single-sourced honey directly collected from small beekeeper groups across the country. Honeys collected by beekeepers, retain their unique flavours which are influenced by the floral nectar or locations of bee hives. For example, our Wild Forest honey is from the Narmada forest and our Litchi honey from the Litchi orchards of Bihar.

      Unlike supermarket honeys, which are generally blended, ultra-filtered, and pasteurized to create a uniform product, Under The Mango Tree honeys are not processed and possess their own distinct flavour and colour and can also have variations in these characteristics from year to year. 

      As our honeys are not processed like commercial honeys - they are extremely different to commercial honeys, some of the differences are:

      1. Flora or Geographical origin: Commercial honeys do not showcase the flora or geographic region, ours do. We showcase our honeys by flora source - for example, Litchi, Eucalyptus, Sweet Clover, or geographical regional source, such as Wild Forest that comes from Central India, Himalayan Flora that comes from the Himalayas. 
      2. Honeys from different bees: Different species of bees make different types of honeys. Commercial honeys blend various types of honeys. Our honey also comes from different bees and we keep it separate. The Wild Forest honey comes from sustainably harvested hives of the Apis Dorsata or the rock bee. The rock bee is known for high pollen content honeys. Pollen is recognized as 100% protein and our honey sometimes has a creamy malailike layer. 
      3. Colour - Commercial honeys always of a single colour and a uniform flavour. Our honeys vary in colour and taste. For example, our Saffron honey is almost white in colour while our Wild Forest is a dark honey, to our Mahua-Palash honey which is a reddish honey. 

      To welcome you into our "hive", please use this welcome link to purchase our honey: https://www.utmt.in/discount/WELCOME

      Stay well - VIJAYA PASTALA

    • A lot of brands claim to be selling “organic honey”, how do I know this is the real deal?

      Dear Ma'am, 

      Greetings from UTMT

      Thank you for showing interest in our range of 100% pure Honey. 

      We have "Organic Certified Honey" which has a certification from USOCA which is a Government body that allows to use their Logo only for organic food. 
      It is equivalent to Jaivik Bharat Logo being placed on any product. 

      Rest of our products are 100% pure honey which does not have any organic certification. 

      Hope this is helpful. 

      Regards, 
      Team UTMT

    • Any certification for purity

      Dear Sir, 

      Our honey have passed NMR testing by Intertek at Brucker Labs, Germany.

      For over a decade you’ve supported our commitment to deliver the best Honey to you. Our work with over 4,000 small Indian beekeepers brings to consumers organic certified and sustainably harvested single-origin honey from different species of Indian bees.

      In keeping with our commitment to “Purity and Traceability,” we are proud to share that our honeys have passed the NMR test in addition to confirming our honey origin as Indian.  Our Honey have been tested by Intertek at Bruker Labs, the German company who developed the NMR technology.

      We are committed to ensuring our honey are 100% pure and have continuously tested and certified them. CSE’s study (and it’s 2010 on antibiotics in honey) reinforces our conviction in what we do.  

      I personally assure you that Under The Mango Tree honey is 100% pure, now also confirmed by Intertek’s test reports.

      Thank you for your continued support which enables us to transform the lives of Indian farmers empowering them to invest in their communities for a sustainable future.

      With gratitude,

      VIJAYA PASTALA,
      CEO- Founder

       

    • Is your product packaging is biodegradable or recyclable??

      Dear Sir,

      Greetings from UTMT. 

      We as an organization we follow all compliances related to our products. 

      We use food grade glass bottles as packaging used for honey bottles. 
      Hope this is helpful. 

      Regards,
      Team UTMT

    • Is it non expiry ??

      Dear Suren, 

      Greetings from UTMT. 

      Thank you for exploring our range of honey, hope you are enjoying the product. 
      Honey as such does not have an expiry but over time, you will find a slight change in the color and taste. 

      It is best to consume honey within 18 months from the date of manufacture. 
      You can see this printed on the side of our label. 

      Hope this information is helpful. 
      We would like you to give us your valuable feedback on our products. 

      Regards, 
      Team UTMT

    • is this glass bottle or plastic bottle..?

      Dear Mr. Nikhil, 

      This is a glass bottle.

      Regards,
      Team UTMT