Beekeepers in eastern France were upset to find their bees were producing honey in unusual shades of blue and green. A nearby biogas plant processed waste from an M&M's factory. The bees were snacking on the candy coating. The waste treatment plant says it's storing the candy waste more securely.
Mystery Solved: Why Was Some French Honey Green?
Fri, October 5, 2012 8:00am
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