Honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri fooodle.it
Honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri fooodle.it
Honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri fooodle.it
Honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri fooodle.it

Honey candies


Brief description: Honey is largely composed of readily assimilable simple sugars, ie glucose and fructose; it also contains precious substances for health: in addition to a certain percentage of water, which must not exceed 18%, we find organic acids that give it aroma and flavor, B vitamins, vitamins K and C, mineral salts , oligo elements and enzymes, the same today the subject of research where they found very high values resulting from the uncontaminated environment and nutraceuticals. The latter represent an index of quality, because they are scarcer in old or pasteurized honey.


Ingredients: sugar, glucose syrup, honey 10.5%.

acidifier: citric acid.

Lactose-free product.

Gluten free product.

Store in a cool, dry place away from light.

Produced by: Apicoltura Ottolina

Carete Brianza (MB)

Packaged by: Francescantonio Cavalieri Farm.

Roccagloriosa (SA) - ITALY.

DICHIARAZIONE NUTRIZIONALE/Nutrition Declaration (Per 100g)
Valore energetico/Energy
  1641 kJ - 386 kcal
  0 g
Di cui acidi grassi saturi/Of which saturates
0 g
 96,4 g
Di cui zuccheri/Of which sugars
73 g
0 g
  0,1 g
  0 g

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The production takes place by taking the honey stored by the bees, in the cells of the honeycombs, where it is extracted by centrifugation, left to settle in special containers and returned to jars. These are the only processes that allow to keep the characteristics of the product intact to offer it exactly as the bees produced it. Honey is the most abundant product of the hive: bees produce it in large quantities, especially if they find a favorable season and abundant pasture. Honey is a sugary substance, with a viscous consistency, varying in color from light blond to amber, to more or less dark brown, depending on the flowers from which it comes; it is produced starting from the nectar of the flowers, reworked and regurgitated in the cells of the honeycomb, where it is stored.

The best quality honeys are undoubtedly the Italian ones, certified on the label, to distinguish them from those imported, undoubtedly of lower quality. There are sweet and not sweet honeys, also called bitters; in the latter, the attention must be even greater, because their lower content of maltose and glucose exposes them to a greater risk of denaturing the enzymes and "inhibins" (substances with high antibiotic power), which are completely destroyed in a normal process pasteurization at 65 degrees. The "Bitter Honey" par excellence is the strawberry tree honey, produced today also in the Cilento National Park, which has always been used as an adjuvant for those suffering from asthma, it is also antidiarrheal and purifying. The bitter strawberry tree honey can have different shades of color from almost white, like the flowers from which it comes, to more or less intense beige; it has a penetrating, very aromatic scent, reminiscent of the wild nature of the Mediterranean scrub, and a very particular bitter taste. Another bitter honey (but never as bitter as that of strawberry tree) is that of chestnut, heather and dandelion. Sweet honeys can be to a greater or lesser degree and can be, for example, acacia, citrus, eucalyptus, and many other flowers or fruits, and all acquire the health properties of the plant from which they derive.

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