Waste from M&M’s Candy Causes Honey to Turn Green in France

October 5, 2012 by  
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©Joelk75 M&M candies come in every color of the rainbow – but what if honey came in the color of M&Ms? Distraught beekeepers in Northeastern France are facing just that conundrum, as honey from their apiaries has been turning up in shades of green and blue. After weeks of perplexing investigation, the farmers found the candy colored honey to be caused by waste from nearby Agrivalor biogas plant, which has been processing M&M’s waste. Read the rest of Waste from M&M’s Candy Causes Honey to Turn Green in France Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Agrivalor , Alsace , bees , contaminated honey , eco design , green design , green honey , M&M’s honey , M&Ms , sustainable design , tainted honey

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