Our Honey


Natural honey reflects its environment. We work with a network of reliable and trusted beekeepers across Australia who provide us the highest quality honey from over 600 different sources. The wide variety of native Australian trees and shrubs enables AB’s Honey to offer a variety of honeys, from eucalyptus and yellow box, ironbark and our rainforest blend, to our 100% pure, raw Manuka honey. 

AB’s real raw Australian Manuka Honey is commercially available in methylglyoxal strengths from MGO 900+ to MGO 30+, with even inactive Manuka being available.

All AB’s Honey products are – and always will be – 100% real Australian honey.


In addition to our facilities, when you work with us you also have access to our expertise. Drawing on our industry experience, we are happy to make recommendations that will assist you in ensuring your needs are met.

Our work culture is based on mutual respect for quality, time, and culture. Our service is hands-on so that the customer feels part of the AB Honey team.

If you wish to know more about us or have questions about the applicable terms and conditions, or if you just want to taste great Australian honey, contact us.


Our Capalaba premises have been custom-fitted to provide handling and packaging facilities modelled on the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. These standards were chosen because they are higher than any current food industry requirements, adding to your food security. An important feature of this excellent facility is the clean air environment, which ensures safe production.

Our HACCP-certified facility can handle orders of any size, and quality assurance meets HACCP standards. AB’s Honey has been in this industry for over 30 years and we understand what is required by various regulatory agencies. We have extensive experience in the packaging and distribution of 100% pure, raw Australian honey and we are capable of handling local, national, and export orders.


To ensure our honey stays true to nature, we minimise the processing of our honey. Generally, little filtration is required allowing us to provide pure and natural Australian honey.

Bees collect nectar from forests and flowers, so it’s natural that floral matter like petals and stamens can be inadvertently collected too. When honey is extracted from the comb, hive ‘debris’ like wax and floral matter can be collected with the honey. We use a settling process and a sieve to gently remove debris, leaving only the good stuff – tiny particles of pollen, propolis, and royal jelly – still present in our Australian honey.

Most processed honey relies on high temperatures to purify the honey. Unfortunately the use of high temperatures can also take away some of the original delicate taste and some of the health qualities that you obtain with 100% natural honey. AB’s Honey is kept below harmful temperatures so you can be sure all AB’s Honey is 100% pure raw honey.

We do recognise however, some of our customers have different requirements due to the way they use their honey. For these circumstances we do have the equipment, expertise and connections to meet their needs.


Our packaging facilities are HACCP certified.

We package our 100% Australian Honey at our HACCP Certified premises.

We offer a wide range of BPA-free packaging options and our team will work with you to identify suitable options for you.

If you would prefer your own custom packaging and labels, we have the expertise to assess your choice and make recommendations with the goal of meeting your needs.


We utilise accredited delivery partners, and collection from our warehouse in Capalaba, Brisbane, is also available by arrangement.

Contact us for more information.

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Commitment to Quality: Traceability and Safety; 100% Natural Honey

Our management system comprises a network of associated producers to guarantee the highest quality and traceability throughout the production and marketing chain, from beekeeper to customer.

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