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NZ Honey's fight with MPI reaches Court of Appeal New Zealand Honey is appealing a High Court ruling in November that found its trademarks, Manuka Doctor and Manuka Pharma, amount to health claims and cannot be used on the company's products.
That ruling came after the MPI withdrew export approvals, blocking the firm's sales into certain markets.
A research team at Purdue University has found that bee pollen can be used as an efficient, renewable source for anodes in lithium-ion batteries.
Exciting Mānuka honey scheme launched A new initiative to boost the mānuka honey industry in Northland and provide educational and employment opportunities has been launched today at Northland College by Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell, Education Minister Hekia Parata and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
New business Tasman Honey processes honey for hobbyists A honey extraction business in Nelson has been set up with the ability to process small quantities of honey, especially for those who keep bees in their backyard. For the first time ever, Beorn’s treat is available worldwide from Middle-earth Honey, a New Zealand based company striving both to bring the tastes of Arda to the world and to also save the precious bees that produce it.
This allows members and fans to easily communicate with each other and share experience and ideas. Unique Israeli research reveals why honeybees are dying Unique Israeli research reveals why honeybees are dying Fewer wildflower choices thwart bees’ natural inclination to choose a balanced diet and they suffer cognitively from lack of omega-3 acids.Wet weather makes a poor summer for the bees For a person, being stuck inside on a rainy day is inconvenient.But for bees, being hive-bound for over a week can put them in a sticky situation.Beekeepers and researchers are collaborating to build a better honeybee Maryann Frazier, a researcher at Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research, checks on one of her experimental honeybee hives.Frazier says the Varroa mite poses one of the greatest dangers to honeybee populations.