The fruttibosco Cooperative is founded in Tarsogno with the intention of maintaining and spreading natural products processed with the typical processing techniques that have always been used in our mountain areas.
Tarsogno is a large hamlet of tornolo, a mountain village in the upper Taro Valley located on the slopes of Mount Zuccone.
There are few historical records relating to this territory, the names of Malaspina, Fieschi and Landi. In 1682 the Farnesi took over.
One of the most important sources of the economy of the municipality of Tornolo is today represented by summer tourism, for which the pristine natural environment and climate are a strong draw. In particular, the hamlet of Tarsogno offers the visitor a good hotel receptivity, leisure and sports equipment and numerous events.
Wildflower honey has great aromatic richness: it is the result of nature's creative flair. It is a palette of extraordinary shades and gradations that can give new and unexpected sensations every time. It is rich in nutrients and is a super ally to fight seasonal evils. In addition, it nourishes hair and skin.
Chestnut honey is obtained from chestnut flowers and is harvested between the months of June and October. It is a dark honey, with an aromatic smell and a complex flavor. Known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, it is a source of protein, vitamins B and C and mineral salts.
Linden honey is a calming and emollient honey, it has a more or less intense amber color. It can be used to take advantage of the calming and sedative properties, it is useful against irritability and insomnia, it has digestive properties. Added to herbal teas it can act as a cough suppressant and calming sore throat, it is excellent in the evening herbal...
Acacia honey can be considered a natural energizer as well as being an excellent tonic with high digestibility and a natural alternative to sugar. It is in fact very energizing and digestible, making it a perfect food for athletes and students.