Whether spontaneous or cultivated, the Sulla has always been used as fodder for livestock.
From May to late summer, Molisan rolling hills are colored purple of its flowers.
When the bees meet the nectar of this gentle leguminous plant, they produce one of the most appreciated and peculiar honeys; the honey of sportsmen, children and the elderly, because it contains high quality fructose and numerous trace elements such as zinc, copper, magnesium, iron, manganese.
The well-being of the bee heritage and the spontaneous flora of Molise are at the core activities of Nazario Fania and his small and virtuous beekeeping.
Founded on the great sense of respect for Mother Nature and the deep knowledge of her precepts, the company proposes and promotes products in close symbiosis with their natural and cultural environment.