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Manuka Honey is Better From Australia

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Such a lot of myths are trending in social media. Put something radical on Twitter and people want to follow this latest falsity. There are raves about the properties or Manuka honey from New Zealand, and it must be from kiwiland. Many believe this without question. Unfortunately, the belief is not true. | not. |◀|
Australian Maunuka honey

Nural Cokcetin of Sydney University of Technology has found that the "syrup" from the land of Aus is better. Sixteen per cent of the Aussie stuff was more potent. The rugby kings do not have to worry though: global demand is greater than supply. | ▶ | not | ▶ |

Apparently, bee juice is a natural antibiotic. It is used to treat cuts and burns. Advertising claim it will cure sore throat, acne, gingivitis and irritable bowel syndrome. The latter claims have not be tested for voracity. | ▶ | not. | ▶ |

It is seems silly to continue to produce the raw product when a copy of the therapeutic substance, methylglyoxal, can be made synthetically. Buying it in tubes from pharmacists cannot be far down the track. | ▶ not | ◀ |
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Australian Wine Society Million of Dollars in Debt

It seems just about everybody is investing in vineyards. The wine industry has drawn in big investors and hobbyists. Unfortunately, people do not think before they jump in. They are seeking to fulfill a dream: there is a certain amount of glamour involved in saying I am a wine maker, a vintner.
Wine society drinking
Too much drinking not enough thinking
There is a world glut of wine, particularly the cheap ones. Nations have pushed to establish new vineyards. It has the aura of a local car industry or airline. Newcomers enter the industry all the time without doing any research and little training.

It is no surprise to hear that the oldest wine club in Australia founded in 1946 is in the red, by a shocking amount. It owes a staggering $4.2 million to its wine producers. It operates as a distributor, buy and selling, though ostensibly not-for-profit. Supermarket chains sell nearly all wine in Australia and in a situation of oversupply they don't pay much for it. These major players "do" their homework, unlike the suppliers.

The Wine Society is in deep trouble. Things are so bad that membership of the prestigious club has fallen by a quarter over the last three years. Demand for premium wines which used to have a high, profitable markeup has dramatically decline. Consumers buy more of the cheap stuff.

To clear the debt a complicated "splitting" of the business is taking place. However, selling the wholesale section to the Fogarty Wine Group for a measly $75,000 will not help its finances are all. This will allow the society to borrow $3 million. Taking on more debt is folly.
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