Blueberry and honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri
Blueberry and honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri
Blueberry and honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri
Blueberry and honey candies Francescantonio Cavalieri

Blueberry and honey candies


Brief description: Blueberries (Vaccinium Myrtillus) are typical fruits of the undergrowth found mainly in the mountainous areas of Italy. The plant has a stem about 60 cm high with oval and serrated leaves, the flowers are white or a little pink and the berries can be blue, black or red. Blueberries are highly appreciated, as well as for their flavor, for the many nutritional, beneficial and healing properties they bring to our body, including that of being rich in antioxidants useful for delaying the aging process, to prevent cardiovascular diseases and protect against tumors.


Ingredients: sugar, glucose syrup, honey 10.5%, cranberry juice 2.3%.

acidifier: citric acid.

Lactose-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
  1639 kJ - 386 kcal
  0 g
Di cui acidi grassi saturi/Of which saturates
0 g
 96,3 g
Di cui zuccheri/Of which sugars
72,4 g
0 g
  0,1 g
  0 g

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Blueberries are among the most powerful natural antioxidants thanks to the content of vitamins A, C, E, and vitamin k in addition to anthocyanins, including mirtillin which with beta-carotenes and folic acid protect the skin's collagen and improve skin capillary wall making it stronger. Regarding the nutritional properties, blueberries contain 45 calories per 100 gr.

Antioxidants: blueberries are rich in phytonutrients, including anthocyanins, which give these fruits excellent antioxidant properties useful for protecting our body from Alzheimer's, premature aging, from the attack of free radicals that could damage the structure of our DNA. However, the valuable antioxidant properties of blueberries could be compromised by milk intake. Animal milk proteins, in fact, inhibit the antioxidant properties of phenols. It is therefore better not to combine the two foods.

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