Waiva Clark announces new partnership with Hum Honey

Waiva Clark, national distributor of health products has recently announced a new partnership with Hum Honey and is also launching a range of new products from existing brands.

Hum Honey is an “award-winning” business which produces a range of raw honey products including Cold Fusion honey and Honey Original with Comb from its free-range farm on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Waiva Clark Manager Director Dayse Campbell said the bees free-range on their choice of subtropical rainforest and open forest hardwoods, and no pesticides, chemical residues, antibiotics and additives are used.

“The honey is also cold pressed extracted with minimal filtration so all the natural health benefits – natural nutrients, vitamins, enzymes, pollen and powerful antioxidants – are in the product.”

The distributor is also launching new Nutty Bucks from Paleo Hero, vegan Mug Cakes from Soulful Tribe, Everyday Superfoods from Teelixir, Slim + Tone All Natural pre-workout from At Health Australia, and Keto Cookies from Delicious Low Carb.

Waiva Clark will be exhibiting its new products at the B2B Naturally Good 2021 Expo on from 30-31 May at Sydney’s ICC. They will also be giving away eco-friendly cotton bags filled with product samples to the first 200 people to visit their stand.

Waiva Clark’s origins date back to the 1970s and are now a predominantly a female-based business. Campbell acquired the business in July 2018 and since then it’s achieved strong and consistent growth throughout the eastern states.

“We are very proud to partner with a number of great brands that are fronted by talented and inspiring women and are always on the lookout for more brands that will help improve consumers’ wellbeing and the planet.

“There is so much to love when it comes to health products in Australia. I believe we are on the cusp of big changes when it comes to our personal health and the responsibility we have for the world. Health comes in all different shapes and tastes – one size does not fit all. You’ll find a wide selection of products in our portfolio which will continue to expand.”

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