State-owned factory in Yangon Region produces 20 high-quality honey varieties

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Honey for medicinal purposes from the Honey-based product factory under the Apiculture Division under the Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department.

A state-owned honey-based product factory in the Yangon Region produces a total of 20 different types of high-quality honey-based products, according to the Apiculture Division under the Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department. Each year, 20 tonnes of noni honey are exported to South Korea.
The factory, in operation since 1986, adheres to international criteria, manufacturing a variety of honey-based products. These have been available in both domestic and international markets since the 2006-2007 financial year. The production strictly employs purified honey without any chemical agents and is supervised by traditional medical practitioners. U Aung Myint Oo, the factory’s in-charge, highlighted its medicinal use, stating, “Most of them can be used for medical purposes.”
“We manufacture 13 kinds of honey for medicinal purposes. Among them, noni honey has been exported to South Korea approximately 20 tonnes every year from 2006-2007 FY to 2022-2023 FY. Other types of honey have also expanded the market. There are plans to produce ten more honey-based instant juices” he added.
The thirteen types of honey for medical purposes produced by the state-owned factory include garlic honey, ginger honey, bitter turmeric honey, Tinospora honey, Centella honey, liquorice honey, asparagus honey, lingzhi honey, propolis honey, ginseng honey, noni honey, grapefruit honey, and honey for the treatment of coronary thrombosis.
Furthermore, the domestic market receives honey-based tablets of alternative medicines, ointments, bee pollen cakes, and purified honey. — ASH/ TMT

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