Where is Mānuka honey produced?

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Mānuka honey is produced by European honey bees foraging on the mānuka or tea tree which grows uncultivated throughout New Zealand. The honey is commonly sold as an alternative medicine. The word mānuka is from the Māori language in which it represents the bush or tree.
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