“It’s good to be spread across the two islands so there will always be something coming out of New Zealand. This year the wet weather in the North Island has meant a poor honey harvest but the South Island has had a great summer.”
Built on family values and respect for nature, people and community, BeeNZ has made it its goal to take absolute care in the entire process from hive to jar.
The team were excited to attend the Katikati & Waihi Beach Community Business Awards on the 3rd of September. We were thrilled and honoured to have won the Business Excellence Award for 2022.
As well as being good news for HoneyLab, the deal will also be lucrative for other BOP businesses, including HoneyLab’s Katikati honey producer and shareholder, BeeNZ.
Julie Hayes’ passion is to build a sustainable company that cares for the environment.
You are now in possession of New Zealand Mānuka honey so rare, it may never be made again.
Based in Katikati, Julie co-owns two companies with her husband David: BeeNZ and Buzz Apiaries.
We were lucky enough to be entered in to the 2018 Deloittes Fast 50.
Congratulations to the whole team for taking home the YOUTravel Best Emerging Business Award at the ExportNZ Bay of Plenty Export Awards!
We are so excited to be finalists in this year’s Bay of Plenty Export Awards in the Best Emerging Business category!
We would like to extend a HUGE congratulations to our beekeeping boys at Buzz Apiaries.
We had the pleasure of having Mark and Jolene from The Breeze Tauranga visit us.
The excitement of going out into the night with their dad to move hives never wore off for Corban and River Hayes.
Buzz Apiaries and BeeNZ Ltd. are proud to help out the Katikati community, whether it be a job big or small!