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Thursday
Sep052013

SARDINIAN HONEY WON AGAIN

For the second consecutive year, a type of honey produced in Guspini, a town in the Medio-Campidano area, has won the national Italian prize for best honey. The secret? Honey made by bees who only used nectar from Lavandula stoechas, a species of wild evergreen shrubs in the lavender family. Differently from lavander honey, it is more delicate and less aromatic, a rarity. Produced on the unpolluted Oschiri's hills by the local department of forests and parks, (more)

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