Claire Webster: Mānuka Honey Mead; Worth the Buzz?
Mānuka honey is a uniquely New Zealand product, with high value placed on its activecompound, MGO. When fermented into mead, MGO is degraded by the yeast enzyme Glo1. Addition of an inhibitor during fermentation could result in a highly desirable Mānuka mead, with the honey’s bioactive properties still intact.
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