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Ngāi Tahu’s Oha Honey folds following $23m loss

The largest fully Māori-owned mānuka honey company in Aotearoa struggled against industry challenges.

A mānuka brand with a long and winding history has ended up in a sticky situation.

Kate McVicar Wed, 04 Oct 2023

Ngāi Tahu Holdings will wind down its mānuka division Oha Honey after ongoing losses and reaching an in-principle agreement with Perry Group's The Mānuka Collective. 

In a statement to NBR, Ngāi Tahu Holdings acting chief executive Todd Moyle said, "due to significant industry challenges

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Kate McVicar Wed, 04 Oct 2023
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