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M&M’s candy-taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey

M&M's candy-taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
M&M's candy-taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
M&M Candy Taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT KESSLER, REUTERS

Beekeepers in the Alsace region’s town of Ribeauvillé initiated an inquiry after becoming concerned that their honey was unsellable due to the unusual colors being generated.

M&M's candy-taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT KESSLER, REUTERS

They noticed that instead of pollinating flowers in nearby fields, their bees had been attracted to visit nearby biogas factory, which was stocked with leftover M&M candy shells.

M&M's candy-taste Addicted Bees produced Blue and Green Honey
PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT KESSLER, REUTERS

How Bees produce Honey?

Bees acquire nectar from blossoms by sucking it out with their tongues, and their salivary glands release an enzyme that combines with the nectar. The nectar is then stored in the honeycomb, which is formed of wax and has numerous separate hexagonal-shaped cells.

How Bees produce Honey?
Bees acquire nectar from blossoms by sucking it out with their tongues
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“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”

Albert Einstein

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