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Honey is a food produced by bees (Apis mellifera). It is produced from nectar or honeydew. The nectar is bottled on the flowers of many plants. The nectar is excreted by the nectariferous glands present inside the flower but also in an external (extra-floral) position, for example on the petiole of the leaves of some plants (cherry, laurel cherries). Nectar and honeydew are collected (bottined), processed, dehydrated and stored in the honeycomb. Honey is used as nourishment by bees in periods of absence of nectariferous import, such as in the winter season or between one big bloom and another.
Ingredients: ITALIAN FLOWER HONEY
Allergens: it may contain traces of nuts, peanuts, soy and milk derivatives.
Origin of the product: ITALY
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