Forests don’t only produce wood. Forests produce wild forest products (honey, forest fruits, nuts, mushrooms and more), which make up a part of natural capital, and not only, wild products are often connected to cultural services, like tourism and recreation. Indeed, their increasing popularity mirrors an interest in managing forests for alternative sources of living and their exploitation represents an innovative way of obtaining goods, other than the more traditional timber, sustainably. This can also help stimulate business, differentiate income sources and support rural development.