Emilio Gambacorta, Amalia Simonetti, Nunzia Garrisi, Immacolata Intaglietta and Annamaria Perna Antioxidant properties and phenolic content of sulla (Hedysarum spp.) honeys from Southern Italy International Journal of Food Science & Technology 49
- 24 sulla honeys from eight different geographical areas of Southern Italy were investigated.
- The geographical origin of honey greatly influences the color intensity, phenolic content and antioxidant activity (DPPH and FRAP assay).
- High differences among quantities of phenolic acids in the samples from different geographical areas were observed.
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