Health is Officially Mainstream

At Unique Health Products, we have been happily connecting retailers with natural and plant-based products for more than 25 years, proudly helping retailers of all sizes take the best of these products mainstream.

Over the last two years, we have seen the greatest shift towards Australians’ attitudes around health and their desire to prevent poor health outcomes through their choices around food, diet, exercise and wellbeing rituals. 

As a result, we have been partnering with a wide range of retail groups, category buyers and online retail start-ups. Ensuring that they have the right range of products, accompanying marketing materials and expert merchandising advice to enhance their natural health product offering.

The Naturally Good Expo is the largest Australian natural health trade expo in Australia. This year, we’re proud to announce that Unique was listed as a Top Visiting Company at the expo and is rapidly being recognised as the go-to trusted advisor for health products that sell.


Leading industry magazine, Retail World, recently published an article on the success of the Naturally Good Expo in their July issue. Close to 4000 people attended the 2021 event earlier this year with increased interest growing significantly from the 2019 event in the following areas:

●     21% increase in Food – Vegan*

●     21% increase in Food – Certified Organic*

●     14% increase in Beauty & Cosmetics – Vegan*

Kylie Mannix, Head of Sales and Marketing at Unique Health Products states:

With Australia ranked third in the world for plant-based demand, as well as flexitarian diets truly on trend, Unique Health Products is a key source of industry expertise to help successfully transform retail offerings to meet consumer demand.”

Unique is steeped in the vegetarian and vegan ethos of its founder, Dale Parkes. Despite changeable trends in the healthy lifestyle space, Unique has remained steadfast and loyal to these founding values, while still achieving double-digit year on year growth. Ultimately proving the power of plants and cruelty-free living is anything but a passing trend.

In fact, consumer demand is ramping up in Australia. Drakes Supermarkets Fresh Foods general manager Tim Cartwright was quoted for Food Magazine Australia saying,

“We have had a lot of requests for vegan and plant-based products in the last 2 years and now these vegan and plant-based items make up one of our fastest-growing categories. We believe this is not a fad, but a lifestyle trend that will continue well into the future.”


Plant-based products are also taking prominence in both industry and consumer news platforms. Retail World featured Fry’s vegan products on their front and back cover of the July issue, The Good Food Institute announced there was $3.1 billion in disclosed investments in the alternative protein space in 2020, mushroom-based meat alternative startup Fable Food and v2Food have added millions to this total this year, $6.5M and $72M respectively.

While major grocery stores such as Woolworths are transforming their aisles at a rapid pace with the addition of products including Bragg Nutritional Yeast, CLIF Energy Bars, Upton’s Naturals flavoured Jackfruit varieties and Ethique’s cruelty-free, vegan-friendly and plastic-free Shampoo and Conditioner Bars.

Savvy consumers are expecting more from their regular supermarkets with demand for health and wellness brands far outgrowing the local health food store. 

If you’re a retailer that doesn’t want to be left in the dark, Unique Health Products’ expert salesforce, in-house marketing team and state-of-the-art warehouse offer national distribution, strategic marketing opportunities and the best brands from Australia and beyond to ignite maximum sales in-store. 


At Unique Health Products we distribute hundreds of health and wellness brands across Australia. Whether you are trying to reach new customer segments or have existing customers crying out for more natural, organic, fair trade and eco-friendly products, we handpick the best from Australia and around the globe. You can shop online with us 24/7 here, or call our friendly sales team on 1800 787 904. If you don’t have a wholesale account with us yet, you can register for one here.

Jam-Packed With Fruit, Not Sugar!


This delicious Just Fruit Spreads range is just that – only fruit!

Instead of packing in the sugar, Crofters have set themselves apart from competitors, offering a range that has no added sugar, but is instead sweetened with white grape fruit juice concentrate.

The brand confesses that it was technically challenging to create a range that comprises of 100% fruit ingredients, but with their Sicilian grape master’s methods, they’ve created the perfect texture and spreadability, without compromising colour or flavour across their range.

Customers will love all six delicious varieties – Wild Blueberry, Apricot, Strawberry, Seville Orange, Superfruit and Raspberry.

Crofters Just Fruit Spreads

The declining want for sugar

By refraining from adding sugar to their Just Fruit Spread range, Crofters have a hugely popular selling point to offer Australian consumers.

A recent Nielsen report identified that more than a third (36%) of Australian consumers wish low sugar/sugar free products were more commonly found in stores (2016). By using white grape juice concentrate to sweeten Crofters Just Fruit Spreads, the sugar content is a massive 30% less than that found in standard fruit jam.

This compelling reduction in sugar could drive your sugar-conscious consumers to no longer be afraid of mornings with sweet toast and drive them to buy.

Crofters key selling points

Adding no sugar aside, Crofters has so much to offer customers. Each Just Fruit Spread is certified organic, gluten free, non-GMO and has only 30 calories per serving, plus just a third of the sugar content that standard fruit jam contains.

They select a variety of high quality, organic fruit to create light, fruity flavours that’s not sticky sweet. Less sweetener also means that every jar of Just Fruit Spread is packed with even more amazing fresh fruit.

The range is very minimally processed, with the products sustainably sourced and transported. Crofters also have a vast range of recipes, encouraging consumers to be more creative than the regular use of jam on toast and use the Just Fruit Spreads to make tarts, marinades and more. Find their recipes here.

The multi-million-dollar factory

By investing in creating a state of the art factory, Crofters tripled their production capacity. This helps to keep their recommended retail price extremely attractive in the organic spread market across the globe, as well as ensure a steady supply and decreased chances of stock shortages for retailers.

In their old facility Crofters produced one million cases per year, now they can produce three million cases. Each case contains 25 units, which means they send out 75 million units a year! That’s a whole lot of Crofters fans!

The factory is located on the banks of the Seguin River at the mouth of Georgian Bay in Parry Sound, Ontario Canada. Set amongst inspiring surroundings, Crofters are reminded everyday why organic agriculture and sustainable choices are so important.

Since launching in Australia in July, Crofters has seen a lot of Aussie consumer interest. Add the range to your next online order.

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Nuun – The Best Hydration in the Nuuniverse


Hydration is crucial, whether individuals are running a marathon or even if it’s a marathon of errands they’re tackling. For one globally recognised brand, hydration is what they know best and what they sell best.

Nuun, pronounced “noon,” was the first company to separate electrolyte replacement from carbohydrates. Their simple, self-dissolving and sugar-free electrolyte tablets have revolutionised the sports drink.

Did you know? The global sports nutrition products market is projected to grow from $30 billion in 2013 to $52.5 billion in 2020 – with sports drinks forming the largest segment.

With fitness pursuits increasing in the Australian market, now is the time to help customers change the way they think about hydration.

Packaged in a light and convenient flip-top canister, Nuun effervescent tablets are perfect for hydration on-the-go.

Each line is sold in an eye catching display box with bold and bright packaging, so it stands out. Because of  Nuun’s active marketing and great ingredients, it’s an easy product to sell. It’s one that almost just sells itself! Read more about them on their website here.

The healthy and convenient hydration solutions are suitable for every lifestyle with two formulas available.

Nuun Active

Nuun Active is the perfect sports drink, packed with electrolytes, light flavour and clean ingredients. Each tablet contains the four main electrolytes that play vital roles in hydration and exercise performance – sodium, potassium, magnesium
and calcium.

The canister contain 10 tablets, with flavours including; Citrus Fruit, Lemon & Lime, Orange, Strawberry Lemonade, TriBerry and Tropical.

Loved by customers in over 30 countries, Nuun Active is now the #1 selling sports drink tablet in the cycling, running and outdoor speciality marketplaces.

 Nuun Active - Active Nutrition

Nuun Boost

Nuun Boost contains electrolytes as well as plant-based caffeine from green tea extract and B vitamins. This helps in maintaining higher levels of energy.

Delicious Cherry Limeade and Wild Berry flavours are available in canisters
of 10 tablets.

Gluten free and also suitable for vegans, Nuun offers clean hydration with
serious results.

Nuun Boost - Active Nutrition

Read more on sports nutrition selling secrets to discover how you can capitalise on the growing demand and get your sales pumping.

If you need help with merchandising your active nutrition products as well as advice on which active nutrition products would be right for your retail environment, please contact us.

Retail Focus: The Senses Are the Secret to Active Nutrition Sales


This demand for active nutrition products is pushing the global market, which is predicted to grow at a strong compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9% from 2013 to 2019, to reach AUD$49.14 billion by 2019.*

With demand clearly increasing, what can you do to drive customers into your store, push them to the purchase intent stage and then break down all barriers to get the sale? The answer is reclaim sensory engagement.

With a lingering stigma around how unpleasant sports nutrition products can be, taste is a big obstacle with this category. Allowing customers the opportunity to taste, touch and smell the products helps to overcome this.

In some studies, samples have boosted
sales by as much as 2,000%!+

With a rapidly growing category, it’s inevitable that some people won’t understand what some active nutrition products do or what they even look like out of the packet, let alone what they taste like.

Help your customers to better understand these products and better persuade them to purchase. First think of the brand experience as sensations, feelings, perceptions and behavioural responses evoked by the senses, these are the brand stimuli.

Sensory brand engagement via the Five Senses:

– Sight: brand look
– Taste: brand flavour
– Touch: brand texture
– Smell: brand scent
– Sound: brand soundtrack

Then understand that these greatly influence consumer satisfaction and loyalty. These can be the secret to increasing sales and helping premium products with higher margins, gain powerful competitive advantage.**

By offering a well-thought out sampling experience, you’re allowing customers to learn more about the products and engage with them in an appealing environment, but can also resinate though to them on a sub-conscious level. Reciprocity is the strong human instinct. As Dan Ariely, a behavioural economist at Duke University, explains “If somebody does something for you”—such as giving you a piece of an energy bar, or a cup of an electrolyte drink —“you really feel a rather surprisingly strong obligation to do something back for them.”+

Your sampling check list:

– Variety of flavours / products prepared and served in sample sizes
– Unopened products that are being sampled for show
– Knowledgeable staff that will stay at the stall and answer questions
– Bright posters to promote the products clearly
– A branded, clean, well-thought out, powerful display
– Consider a survey card for customers to complete
– Stock on the shelves ready to sell

Give your customers a tactical interaction and start influencing their experience and subsequently their purchase decision. Use sensory engagement, the secret to active nutrition sales.

TIP! Add some extra excitement by asking samplers to rate the product and leave their email to win a prize or get a discount voucher. This will help you grow your email marketing database, get valuable customer feedback and increase excitement to better persuade them subconsciously into a sale.

*Globe Newswire, 2016.
^ Statista, 2013.
+ Supermarket News, 2005.
** Deakin University Australia, 2011.

Aussies Hunger for Vegan Friendly Products


Ewa Hudson, Head of Health and Wellness at Euromonitor International, said that Australia is one to watch when it comes to the demand for vegan friendly products.

Between 2015 and 2020, Australia is projected to continue as the third-fastest-growing vegan market in the world at 9.6% growth. Not far ahead is United Arab Emirates growing at 10.6%, with China leading the growth at 17.2%.

In Australia, it’s Tasmania that’s leading demand for vegan options. Newcastle, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Canberra also make it to the top 5 locations most interested in veganism.
With demand increasing rapidly, Australia’s packaged vegan food market is set to grow over $60 million in value to reach $215 million by 2020.

Vegan Friendly Products

Globally, this alternative lifestyle has been supported by high profile, mainstream celebrities like Beyoncé. Support has also come from the increased awareness about the health benefits of vegan options, as well as the increased need that Australians have developed for transparency in what the consume. The internet makes it simple for consumers to easily access information on veganism and farm- to-table practices. People want to know where their food comes from.

With demand increasing, vegan friendly products have only seen the opportunity to develop further in quality and taste. Veganism is hence losing its ‘hippie’ stereotype and becoming more mainstream everyday. People want good food they don’t feel guilty eating, both morally and in terms of health. Consumers are learning fast that vegan options are where they’ll get this.

According to Google, ‘Vegan’ is searched more in Australia, than anywhere else in the world.

So what products are seeing the most growth in the vegan sector?

In Australia, dairy-type products, worth $83.7 million come in as the most popular non-animal products in Australia. These are followed by sauces, dressings and condiments worth $26.3 million. Closely behind is biscuits and snack bars valued at $12.5 million, confectionary worth $6.9 million, breakfast cereals at $5.4 million, and then spreads worth $1.1 million.*

According to Australian Dietary Guidelines, appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthy and nutritionally adequate.

Vegan Friendly Products

Stock a range of vegan friendly products and share the benefits of veganism to get a slice of the growing category.

Check out the top-selling vegan friendly products from The Whole Foodies, East Bali Cashews, Power Super Foods, Protein Supplies Australia, Extraordinary Foods, Natural Evolution, Blue Dinosaur and GimMe.

Source: Euromonitor International, 2016.

The Tribe Turning Beauty Basics Boodiful


At a glance, you can see why this brand is captivating consumers. Artistically designed packaging and clever copy combines to make these simple products pop on the shelf and all over the digital world.

But their beauty goes beyond the bright packaging and cheeky brand charisma. Take a visit to their website or Instagram and you’ll know what we mean
by charisma.

Each of The Whole Boodies products are crafted with rich, organic, vegan-friendly ingredients and complemented with an active marketing strategy and competitive price point.

Demand for organic beauty is predicted to grow to over $13 Billion by 2018.

With one of the categories main barriers to purchase being price, The Whole Boodies offer the perfect products for customers just transitioning into organic beauty. With the recommended retail price starting from just $9.95, customers won’t need to get a personal loan in order to better care for their body.

The Whole Boodies range encapsulates products across the hair care, body care and oral care categories using naturally cleansing and moisturising ingredients to offer quality products that are free from harsh chemicals.

Hair Care
The Whole Boodies Coconut Vanilla Shampoo and Coconut Vanilla Conditioner are an oasis for all hair types. They were crafted from the determination to discover the perfect combination of hydrating coconut with sweet vanilla tones. Infused with the right nutrient-rich ingredients like shea butter, avocado oil, coconut oil, vanilla essential oil and jojoba oil, they promote healthy growth, provide deep conditioning, repair damaged follicles and leave your hair with a shiny glow.

Consumer selling points for this range include:
• Organic
• Vegan
• Not tested on animals
• Sulphate free
• Paraben free
• Synthetic fragrance free
• Affordable

Body Care
The Whole Boodies body care includes a Coconut Vanilla Body Wash and Coconut Vanilla Body Lotion, plus roll-on deodorants in natural lavender, zesty and vanilla fragrances. The brand avoids the use of synthetics to fragrance the products, using nourishing essential oils instead to create incredibly aromatic products. The deodorants are all free from the toxic metal, aluminium and instead use naturally antibacterial ingredients like aloe vera and witch hazel to ensure fast absorbing, long lasting protection, the natural way.

Consumer selling points for this range include:
• Organic
• Vegan
• Not tested on animals
• Aluminium free
• Sulphate free
• Paraben free
• Synthetic fragrance free
• Affordable

Oral Care
Wanting to create a minty fresh oral care range, without any nasty ingredients that lurk in some non-natural brands, The Whole Boodies used quality essential oils and naturally antibacterial aloe vera juice to create a refreshingly natural mint mouthwash and toothpaste. Removing all synthetic chemicals and artificial ingredients, leaves the toothpaste with a smooth, natural aloe vera-like texture.

Consumer selling points for this range include:
• Organic
• Vegan
• Not tested on animals
• Sulphate free
• Fluoride free
• Mineral oil free
• Affordable

Dedicated to you, Australian consumers, the environment and animals, The Whoel Boodies tribe promise that each and every bottle they share is all natural, organic, cruelty free, looks good, smells good, works well, comes with a cheeky side of character and are all completely affordable!

Now? Your customers just have to resist the urge to share these boodiful bottles of goodness with their tribe.

The Whole Boodies is exclusively distributed by Unique. If you’d like to have the bold and bright tribe selling quick in your store, just add The Whole Boodies to your next order here and ask our customer service team for supporting POS material.

If you don’t already have a Unique account, contact us to get started.

Feeding The World’s Toughest Adventure!


For Sam Weir, this intense 217km, non-stop race from Death Valley, CA through blistering desert to Whitney Portal, CA was just another physical and mental challenge he was ready to tick off his bucket list.

“My main focus is to keep testing the boundaries of what my body is capable of, seeing how far I can push the mind to keep moving forward.” – Sam Weir.

Sam is an incredible ultra-runner, one in a pool of talented athletes to be recognised as part of Team CLIF Bar. Badwater 135 is just one of his many triumphs that he’s accomplished.

CLIF Bar and Unique are proud to be supporting such a resilient athlete and look forward to continuing to feed his adventure in the future.

Crafted with all the right ingredients, CLIF Bar’s goal is to always offer the ultimate athlete nutrition.

Find out more about Team CLIF Bar athletes here or read an everyday athlete’s take on CLIF Bar and nutrition here.

To take advantage of the professional athlete exposure and other marketing that CLIF Bar participate in, contact us and we’ll get you stocked up on the number 1 selling energy bar, gel and blok brand and give you all the tools you need to promote in store or online.

If you don’t have access to a wholesale account – head to our retailer page and we’ll help you out.

Cleansing Consumers – Prebiotics and Probiotics


For years consumers have been educated on probiotics and most know what these little critters are. The benefits of probiotics, often referred to as ‘good’ bacteria, are highly marketed and supported by scientific findings, in fact the category’s projected to grow to AU$61.10 billion by 2020.^

85% of the happy hormones in
the brain is produced in the gut.^^

Recently there has been an increasing awareness and demand for a special dietary fibre that feeds probiotics – prebiotics. With scientific research rapidly developing in this areas, customers understanding of the link between digestive health and overall wellness is growing.

The digestive system is home to trillions
of microorganisms. A healthy adult has
about 2kg of these bacteria in the gut. *


  • Prebiotics are non-living, non-digestible carbohydrates.
  • Found in fibrous foods like psyllium and green banana flour.
  • They feed, grow and maintain probiotics living in the body

Fuel your customers good bacteria growth with prebiotics from brand like Natural Evolution and Planet Organic.



  • Probiotics are living microorganisms.
  • Found in foods like yogurt, kefir, kombucha tea, sauerkraut, tempeh and even pickles.
  • Good gut bacteria are negatively altered by poor or high-fat diets and antibiotics.

Boost your customers probiotics with these products from NTS Health, Nuferm and Kombucha Max.



  • Synbiotics are the combination of both pre- and pro-biotics.
  • Over 60% of consumers said they’d be interested in buying synbiotics to improve health.**

Brands like Amazonia and Eden Health Foods offer products that contain prebiotics and probiotics in one.



  • Cobiotics are the combination of prebiotics and antioxidants.
  • They offer fibre to feed gut flora and antioxidants to protect the gut wall.
  • Good bacteria growth is encouraged and bad bacteria growth discourage.

Macrolife and Vital Greens offer prebiotics that are supercharged with superfoods.


To create an on-trend ‘healthy gut’ section in your store, contact us for advice on the best natural and organic products for your environment and target audience.

With a dedicated products team, we’re always working hard to offer you only the best, fastest selling brands and stay one step ahead of trends – so you can too!

^Markets and Markets, 2015

*Medical News Today, 2016.

^^ Dr Rachel Wyndham, 2015

**Newhope 360, 2016

What’s the buzz on nature’s liquid gold?


This liquid gold goes beyond adding an extra sweet kick to our drinks and dishes and comes in all different varieties. Understanding the activity ratings and raw benefits of honey can help you suggest the right product to suit your customer’s needs.

From a sugar alternative to a soothing, anti-bacterial natural remedy, after this article you’ll be confidently justifying their purchase, beyond the old “it’s good quality”, even if you’re not a honey fan (or scientist) yourself.

UMF, Manuka, NPA, raw… With so many different varieties and activity acronyms to distinguish the potency and unique qualities that honey possesses, the confusion can be overwhelming for your customers and yourself. Trust us, that dreaded question you’ve been avoiding – “What’s the difference between all these honeys anyway?” it will eventuate. So, let’s avoid the awkward crickets and spread the buzz behind honey.

Below we take a closer look at Manuka honey and its ratings, as well as raw and organic honeys to distinguish the differences.

This is a darker, stronger-flavored honey that is produced in New Zealand and Australia by bees that pollinate the nectar of the manuka bush. Manuka is commonly sold as an alternative medicine or natural remedy. Manuka honey has a prominence as an anti-bacterial treatment and in helping to treat burns, ulcers and more. This is because it naturally possesses anti-bacterial activity and anti-inflammatory properties.

There are two types of antibacterial activity that can be found in this honey, hydrogen peroxide activity and non-peroxide activity (NPA).

Not only is hydrogen peroxide activity found in manuka honey, but it’s actually found in most honey. Hydrogen peroxide is a disinfectant used for eons in our medicinal sphere. It’s instability in the presence of air and light makes it difficult to store and use, but when honey with this activity is applied to the skin or wound, it becomes stable and releases gradually. You can read more about this here.

Non-peroxide activity also leads to antibacterial effects. Using a different enzyme called catalase, the activity of oxidase is neutralized and hydrogen peroxide activity is no longer present.  Scientists called this non-peroxide activity, which is not found in all honeys. Non-peroxide activity is measured with different ratings.

Barnes Naturals explain how the scale works very well. “The scale relates to the increasing antibacterial inhibition effect of the honey on cultured bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus), in comparison to what phenol achieves. Phenol is a strong organic compound that has clear antibacterial effects, providing a stable standard for comparison purposes.”

UMF stands for “Unique Manuka Factor”. It’s the New Zealand trademarked acronym that refers to the non-peroxide activity (NPA) in honey. NPA is simple the non-trademarked grade.

MGO is what gives manuka honey it’s antiseptic edge. The concentration of Methylglyoxal is up to 1000 times greater in mankua honey than other honeys. Research suggests  that manuka honey has an amazing ability to heal wounds, burns and skin infections, due to its antibacterial properties as well as its antiseptic properties formulated from the MGO that’s present in the honey.


While honey displaying a UMF or NPA rating only measures the non-peroxide activity, a honey that displays a “total activity” rating is the rating of both the non-peroxide activity and peroxide activity together. Unless the breakdown is displayed, you may not be able to determine the composition of non-peroxide activity and peroxide activity alone.

The higher the unique antibacterial properties of the honey, the higher activity rating it will display.

You can use this table or pass it to your customers to help convert between manuka honey UMF MGO and NPA ratings.

Honey Rating_Table
You can also use this free calculator to help your customers convert UMF to MGO.

Raw honey is never strained, filtered or heated, so contains all the natural, raw golden goodness. Often this type of honey will be loaded with many trace minerals, organic enzymes, antioxidants, plus antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, which is what gives it a more interesting taste and flavour. Naturopaths and nutrition experts suggest that raw honey can benefit health and beauty. With the presence of amylase, raw honey is more prone to separation due to the degradation of starch. This separation doesn’t effect the life or quality of the honey.

Stocking a variety of honeys will allow you to offer your customers the honey that is best suited for their needs. Discover a few of our top sellers below.

Honey Rating - full range

Comvita Manuka Honey
Comvita is the world’s largest manufacturer of premium quality UMF Manuka Honey. They assure purity and quality. Produced in New Zealand the honey is made from the nectar of the manuka bush, native to New Zealand.

Barnes Naturals Manuka Honey
Barnes Naturals have a wonderful range of certified Active Manuka Honeys and Active Jarrah Honeys, which is Australia’s very own ‘Super Honey’ with a deliciously warm and thick caramel like flavour. All of Barnes Naturals honeys are tested and verified for activity by an independent laboratory, according to world standard testing methods.

Australia’s Manuka Honey
Australia’s Manuka specialise in the harvesting, processing and packaging high potency active medicinal grade honey. Their 100% pure honey comes from the pristine north coast of New South Wales. It’s also cold extracted to preserve beneficial compounds and enzymes.

Kiwi Cottage Manuka Honey
Kiwi Cottage harvests their manuka honey from their own hives based on the rugged east coast of New Zealand’s north island. The remote region is unique for its pollution free, manuka rich areas and the honey is renowned for its distinctive creamy flavour and subtle aroma.

The Whole Foodies Raw Honey
With the help of nature’s wild eucalypt nectar and beautiful Australian honeybees, The Whole Foodies have bottled a golden, flowing, natural, raw honey! By not using any straining or heating this wild harvested Australian honey offer trace minerals, enzymes, antioxidants and antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Every Bit Organic Raw Honey
Every Bit Organic Raw Honey is more than a natural sweetener. It is not heated, so still contains all its natural antioxidants, enzymes and minerals. Vitamins found in honey include B6, thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and niacin.

Wescobee Pure Honey
Wescobee honey offers customers a natural alternative to refined sugars. Their honey is 100% pure Australian honey and is free of additives, noxious substances, fermentation and admixtures of any kind including sucrose and invert sugars.