A new era for Mountain Valley Honey

A new era for Mountain Valley Honey

Over the past year, Mountain Valley Honey has made some exciting changes, so we thought it would be a good idea to catch up with MVH Co-owner, Nicky Elwood, to get the latest. “A priority for us over the past year has been bringing the MVH team together into one...

Bravo for your Manuka Honey

“A quick E-mail just to say that the last lot of Manuka honey 2kg pots you sent us were simply the best Manuka honey any of us have ever tasted. Bravo and thanks! Diana” ” I recently purchased seven 1kg Mountain valley honey Manuka pottles. The content is 90% Manuka...

NBA conference

We had a great time of learning,discussion,meeting new people and catching up with old friends. We entered some of our honey in the annual competition and had a pleasing result. Our bee pollen received a 1st place, Kamahi a 3rd place and Native Bush a 2nd place. The...

Conference 2011

We are really excited to be heading to the National Beekeepers Conference in Auckland. A time of learning along with catching up with friends and colleagues from around the country.

Thank you from the Brownie Campers

Hi, Thank you so much for the honey. We gave it to them for breakfast, and afternoon tea-they loved it!!! I have attached a photo of the girls lining up to have some honey. And another photo of the girls at camp. Thanks again...

Wakefield couple enjoy sweet success

A spur of the moment, last minute decision has brought valuable national publicity to a Wakefield honey producer. “It was only on the morning of the competition run by the National Beekeepers’ Association, who held their annual conference in Nelson, that my wife Nicky...

2010 Awards

2010 awards from the National Beekeepers’ Association included first placings in two sections for our Manuka and Kamahi honey and a second place for our Native Bush...

Seasonal Varieties

We rely on nature, so our honey is seasonal. Each year we have a varied harvest which can include Manuka, Native Bush, Kamahi, Autumn Gold, Clover and Honeydew.

Bee Pollen

We also harvest bee pollen which is a great source of vitamins. We have pollen traps on our hives between September and March. Our pollen is frozen, dried then cleaned, and kept as granules (not encapsulated). Pollen can be consumed by adding it to your food,...

Nelson Market

Mountain Valley Honey has a stall each week at the Nelson Market.  We operate between 7:30am and 1pm with a range of flavours available each week. We have four sizes available, 250gm, 500gm, 1kg and 2kg.  We also have Native Bush honey on tap so if you take your own...