Malvern, PA, September 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In response to heightened consumer demand for the health-boosting properties of Manuka honey, Wedderspoon, Inc. is proud to introduce the newest addition to their line of Manuka honeys, Limited Edition 100% Raw Manuka Honey KFactor 22.
KFactor 22 boasts the highest pollen count and highest concentration of the therapeutic properties consumers have come to expect from Wedderspoon’s entire line of Manuka honeys.
“Our Limited Edition Manuka 22 is unique,” adds Rebecca Remley, CEO, Wedderspoon, Inc. “A synergy of both environmental and agricultural factors create an opportunity for the honeybees to produce this special harvest.”
The US branch of Wedderspoon commits to donating five percent of sales from their KFactor 22 to Rodale Institute for bee conservation and research in an effort to support education and awareness of the crucial role that bees play in our ecosystem.
About Wedderspoon Organic
Founded in 2005 by entrepreneurial husband and wife team Catherine Wedderspoon - Martin and Sebastien Martin, Wedderspoon Organic, Inc. was created to provide customers with the highest quality raw honey with other specialty honeys sourced from ethically harvested bee production from New Zealand’s pristine countryside.
Wedderspoon’s award-winning and ever-expanding product line, which includes food and personal care items, is available at retailers in 27 countries and via e-commerce. All Wedderspoon products are housed in BPA Free and recyclable packaging.
Wedderspoon is committed to providing their customers with authentic Manuka honey. To identify and measure the complex properties found in genuine Manuka, Wedderspoon has created KFactor, a holistic multi-stage authentication system named for the key factors inherent in this distinctive honey.
About Rodale Institute
Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. For more than sixty years, we’ve been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing our findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world, advocating for policies that support farmers, and educating consumers about how going organic is the healthiest options for people and the planet.