Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Green & Blue Honey?

According to France 24 International News, bees from a dozen apiaries in the Alsace region of France have been indulging in the waste from a M & M waste processing plant, which has resulted in their honey turning from golden yellow into some of M & M's favorite colors: green and blue. The honey has been deemed unsaleable even though it still tastes like honey.

The parent company, Mars, has not released any comment but the waste-processing plant, Agrivalor, said it will now keep the M & M waste in covered containers.

I wonder what color chicken eggs would turn if they had the same pool of candied water to indulge in? Would their eggs melt in your mouth and not in your hands?

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