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Mixed Flower Honey (or Multiflora or Poliflora) of Conero Park

It is obtained from the transformation by bees of the nectar collected from several botanical species characterizing the final product with particular organoleptic qualities.
Organoleptic features: it is crystallized with a color going from clear to beige, dark hazel and sometimes with more or less intense yellow shades (according to the concentration of sunflower nectar); average intensity fragrance and aroma, vegetal-fruity, and/or straw-like, and/or floreal-fruity like.
Microscopic features: presence of leguminous plants like Hedysarum coronarium, which is a characteristic plant of the clayey soils and honeys produced in Central-Southern Italy, white clover (Trifolium repens), bird's foot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus), alfalfa (Medicago sativa), associated with sunflower (Helianthus annuus), Asparagus acutifolius, elmleaf blackberry (Rubus ulmifolius), crucifers, Rhamnaceae, Compositae,  Umbelliferae, annual hedgenettle (Stachys annua), etc.

The Producers
 Local food chain "Terre del Conero"Lucesole
Agricultural Holdings - Ancona (AN)
 Local food chain "Terre del Conero"Azienda agraria Angeli di Varano
Agricultural Holdings - Ancona (AN)

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