“Simone Biolzi is a beekeeper from the Parma province in Italy who turned his hobby into a profession. He has developed techniques for caring for beehives and produces a variety of honey, including dandelion, lime tree, alfalfa, false indigo bush, chestnut, honeydew, and acacia honey. Simone’s business, “L’Ape Operaia” (The Working Bee), is named in honor of the tireless worker bees who are fundamental to the planet. But being a beekeeper is hard work, and things like pesticides, climate change, and the Varroa destructor mite can make the job harder. Despite these challenges, Simone finds the work rewarding and sees it as their duty to protect and assist the colonies.”


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