Comvita Manuka Honey UMF 15+ 250g 50p Instore Sainsbury's
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Comvita Manuka Honey UMF 15+ 250g 50p Instore Sainsbury's

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Found 24th Oct 2013
Hi, I just came across this, Comvita Manuka Honey UMF 15+ 250g reduced to 50p Instore at Sainsbury's Wigan.
This sells for £28.99 on the Comvita website for this size and the instore old price is Sainsbury's was £21.99 so a total bargain if this is for you
I found it at the side of the instore pharmacy near to snoring aids and medicines etc.
Not sure if it is store specific but this is not on the website, the closest to it is Sainsbury manuka Honey 15+ 340g £12.99.
There were about 5 jars left on the shelf and it is only November 2016 expiry.
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Hot.
In all honesty, I'm not a honey fan but my son likes it so I thought, why not?
blazing hot for that price, wish my sainsburys had it though!
This was 1 of the few bargains in stock at mine, lots of empty shelves for all the other bargains posted on here that I looked for
store specific
Hot if you can get it! ..nice find OP.

Anyone else know about the claim though that there is more alleged manuka stickered honey than is actually produced!? ..wondering how valid the claim is on a pot when you buy it.

Major honey fan here, ..albeit confused.
Yup I brought 7 bottles of the stuff expiry november 2016 I have receipt to proof this
Found in Leicester fosse park store
Alot of Nicorette and niquitin stuff for 50p also
Edited by: "khalifazed" 24th Oct 2013
MR GUS

Hot if you can get it! ..nice find OP.Anyone else know about the claim … Hot if you can get it! ..nice find OP.Anyone else know about the claim though that there is more alleged manuka stickered honey than is actually produced!? ..wondering how valid the claim is on a pot when you buy it.Major honey fan here, ..albeit confused.



problem is some is verified some isnt.
a company can claim its manuka and give it a rating,usually call it active.
stuff like this is given an official rating.
they have the big jars in home bagains
i live in wigan but im a foitty tonight and cant be arsed going up other way lol.
I think Aldi and Home bargains do a good price on these also?
amazing price
MR GUS

Hot if you can get it! ..nice find OP.Anyone else know about the claim … Hot if you can get it! ..nice find OP.Anyone else know about the claim though that there is more alleged manuka stickered honey than is actually produced!? ..wondering how valid the claim is on a pot when you buy it.Major honey fan here, ..albeit confused.



Look for 'UMF' on the jar. This is the guarantee that it's genuine Manuka honey and you can check the (small) number of producers who can use this trademark. Ignore anything that simply claims 'Active' followed by a number - all honey is 'active' to some extent. There is more 'Manuka' honey sold in the UK alone than is actually produced - most of it isn't genuine.

Unless you find a clearance deal like this, you won't get a bargain. Why would genuine Manuka be sold off cheap when demand so massively outstrips supply? All the cheap deals in most of the supermarkets are no better than a jar of honey which costs £1.50. Even Holland and Barrett ask huge amounts of money for Manuka which isn't certified. Expect to pay around £13 for a 500g jar of 5+ and around £30 for a jar of 15+.

The one in the OP is UMF and from a reputable supplier and an absolute bargain if you can find one.

As to whether or not it's worth the cost - that's another story and you need to decide for yourself!

Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 24th Oct 2013
Heat added, but sadly still full price in our local store - superb value if you can get it at the price
Good deal, they did this last year, total bargain.
This is a bargain of the century. Not voting hot because it doesn't help me. Store specific.
Was £9.98 in my local in slough but a proce check revealed price of 50p so worth a price check in other stores
What a coincidence... I've been writing a report about the origin of manuka honey today and when I come home I find a manuka honey deal on here.

How very strange... must check if my Sainsburys has it.
Thanks both posters for the info! very enlightening.
Manuka is a massive con for the gullible, however you can't argue at this price, although I usually find its not as nice to eat ad plain old cheap honey. UMF rating lol, very scientific.
fishmaster

Manuka is a massive con for the gullible, however you can't argue at this … Manuka is a massive con for the gullible, however you can't argue at this price, although I usually find its not as nice to eat ad plain old cheap honey. UMF rating lol, very scientific.



I have no conclusive opinion one way or the other on the efficacy of Manuka honey and the science behind the UMF rating is sketchy, but that wasn't the question asked. The question was how to tell if Manuka honey is genuine or not and the UMF trademark is the only way to do this. Each jar has a unique batch number which can be traced back to the hive it came from.
merlinthehappypig

I have no conclusive opinion one way or the other on the efficacy of … I have no conclusive opinion one way or the other on the efficacy of Manuka honey and the science behind the UMF rating is sketchy, but that wasn't the question asked. The question was how to tell if Manuka honey is genuine or not and the UMF trademark is the only way to do this. Each jar has a unique batch number which can be traced back to the hive it came from.



I wasn't replying to any question or anyone that has written on this thread.
Nipped into Sainsburys Preston.... On sale & scanning at £9...
Amazing price, obviously one off and probably only in this store, but heat added as thats just too good price for high quality honey
RafaTheGafa

Nipped into Sainsburys Preston.... On sale & scanning at £9...



There was another Comvita Honey next to the 1 I bought that was £9 but it was UMF 5+ and slightly different shaped jar.
Intz

Amazing price, obviously one off and probably only in this store, but … Amazing price, obviously one off and probably only in this store, but heat added as thats just too good price for high quality honey



Hoping son likes it or will be have to find some recipes to use it in as I'm not keen on honey:)
Edited by: "tillytat" 24th Oct 2013
Honey has no shelf life, so dig in
Scanned at £9 in chingford
Picked up 2 in warlingam 50p each sel £11. informed by staff it is now been discontinued hence the last 2
if any one finds that the UMF 5+ is reduced please let us know as plenty in my store
Tillytat, could you please mention what the barcode on your manuca is?

In my not so local large Sainsbury's there were three on the self reduced from twenty-something to £11 but scanned as £9 unfortunately. Their barcode ended with 1109
etta191

Tillytat, could you please mention what the barcode on your manuca is?In … Tillytat, could you please mention what the barcode on your manuca is?In my not so local large Sainsbury's there were three on the self reduced from twenty-something to £11 but scanned as £9 unfortunately. Their barcode ended with 1109



Hiya, the barcode is 9 400501 005558
Thank you, I'll keep an eye out for it
Bought four today in beckton, hot hot hot deal!
Not at the Stratford store. Any updates on where abouts there are or where they aren't?
WholesaleRepublic

Was £9.98 in my local in slough but a proce check revealed price of 50p … Was £9.98 in my local in slough but a proce check revealed price of 50p so worth a price check in other stores



Did you use the self check out till. Is there a pharmacy in the particular sainsbury's that you visited
brianw

if any one finds that the UMF 5+ is reduced please let us know as plenty … if any one finds that the UMF 5+ is reduced please let us know as plenty in my store



i have been and checked its the 15+ which is reduced
Just got the last four bottles from sainsburys cannock orbital.

Surprised it was still there at this price!
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