You can remove all references to price.
The way companies choose to price their products is awfully complicated, and a true answer for a specific product requires the equivalent of at least a master's thesis research in economics. It is not that people cannot think of explanations on the spot, but in reality, these often turn out to be just-so stories.
What we can know, as cooks, is what qualities of manuka honey exist and get sold, no matter for what price. Also, we can suggest signs that may be evidence for good quality honey when you choose which one to buy. So you can build a question along these lines. We even have a tag for it, ingredient-selection. Don't ask for price, or "is this one honey good", but something like "how do I recognize good quality manuka honey".