B&B Bulletin

OKU Native Herbal Products

OKU Native Herbal Products

As we enter winter, it's a perfect time to highlight OKU Native Herbal Products. Known for their teas, and elixirs, OKU products are made locally in New Zealand using only New Zealand plants and herbs. When researching tea companies, I was immediately drawn to OKU for several reasons.

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Meet Boomer

Meet Boomer

Boomer, our family dog, moved with us from the US to NZ last September. He is a huge part of our little family and often thinks he runs our house. So it was only fitting to name him our official Office Manager for Boomer & Brandt to help run our business. Boomer, while small in size (only 9 kilos) has a big presence around our office (AKA home). Being an Australian Shepherd, he’s always at our feet (literally) keeping us in line. This includes hourly work breaks to give him love, cuddles, walks, and treats. Boomer makes sure we keep...

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Beekeeper's Daughter New Zealand

Beekeeper's Daughter New Zealand

Beekeeper's Daughter was one of the first businesses I reached out to when starting Boomer & Brandt. I was immediately drawn to their story. Ashlee, the "Beekeeper's Daughter" grew up around bees and wanted to create a business around making products with amazing healing and skin-soothing properties. The Beekeeper's Daughter products include face, body and maternity products. The primary ingredients used in Beekeeper's Daughter products are beeswax, manuka honey, and bee pollen. Some products have additional healing ingredients including kawakawa.  Honey bee by-products are full of vitamins and amino acids and are both anti-viral and anti-bacterial. Additionally all of Beekeeper's Daughter products...

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Boomer & Brandt Is Officially Live!

Boomer & Brandt has officially launched here in New Zealand. I contemplated whether now would be the right time to launch and given the impact of the lockdown has had on our local business community, the sooner I could enter the market to help support small business, the better.

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