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Honey Shop in London now open

Thursday, 13 December 2007  |  Admin

Now open in London, our new Honey Shop.

The New Zealand Honey Shop now has its first physical store open in South London. Located at 95 Replingham Road, Southfields, London, UK, SW18 5LU.

Stocking all of the products that are available through our online store, plus a few more that are impractical for online ordering due to their weight or other difficulties in posting out.

You now have an actual store that you can visit to see the products if you prefer (if you are in London). The aim is that the physical store and online store will be able to compliment each other to offer you the best of New Zealand honey products, with a focus on manuka honey, and propolis products.

Among the extra products available in the physical store are a range of the Wild Appetite sauces (chocolate sauces, savoury sauces and dressings). They make it easy to turn your meals from simple, to extraordinary. Not offered online due to being in glass bottles that can't be trusted through the postal service unfortunately.

An easy 2 minute walk from Southfields station on the district line, come in and take a look around if you are in London. Of course the online store continues to enable you to get information and place orders 24 hours a day. 

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