During the last 10 years, overseas demand for New Zealand Manuka honey has driven a 19% p.a. increase in annual honey exports to more than $350 million.
The health and healing properties of this natural wonder have given rise to a worldwide proliferation of applications – from food and beverage to cosmetics, nutraceuticals and medical dressings.
As the only country where Manuka grows in abundance, New Zealand is uniquely positioned to reap the future rewards from this global phenomenon.
Leading the way is Comvita – New Zealand’s largest honey producer and pioneering exporter of high-value New Zealand UMF Manuka honey. The company has a strategy in place to increase the supply of high-quality Manuka honey by breeding genetically superior plants and increasing plantings in New Zealand’s best growing locations.
As part of a share farming agreement with Comvita - MyFarm can now present to an opportunity to invest in New Zealand’s first large-scale manuka plantation.
Size: Nearly 1800 ha of hill country farmland
Location: Two properties within the Lower North Island
Management: Comvita is responsible for development of the Manuka plantation, managing the beehive operation and marketing the Manuka Honey products
Income: Investors will own the land and receive a share of the honey revenue and carbon credits
Returns: Average forecast returns 4% p.a. in first five years – rising to double digit returns from year 5
Total capital raise: $8.1 million
Minimum Investment: $100,000
Offer status: Property purchases now unconditional, limited units available for investment.
MyFarm Contact: Karen Richardson 021 262 2779
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MyFarm Head of Investment Research, Con Williams has completed an update on the New Zealand Manuka Honey Sector and the opportunities it presents. Read his report here.