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Honey trap: New Zealand devises manuka test to fight fakes
by Eleanor Ainge Roy
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11 April 2017
On 11 April 2017 The Guardian reported:
The New Zealand government has tested 800 samples of honey from around the world to establish a scientific definition of genuine manuka honey and crackdown on alleged fakes. After three years of testing honey samples, New Zealand's Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has released a scientific definition to be used to authenticate manuka honey destined for export in a bid to restore consumer confidence.
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