Honey is a sugary substance produced by bees from flower nectar or honeydew that they collect on plants in general, enrich with substances from their bodies, process, lay in honeycombs and then “ripen.”

Knowledge of the biological value of honey is lost in the mists of time; references to honey are found in the culture of the Babylonians, Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, in short, in all ancient literature.

Here is a video explaining the way we work:

Ticinese BIO Honey