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In France, the beekeepers were confused as to why the bees kept producing colored honey. More specifically: blue, green, and red tinted honey was found.
After some research, they found out the bees were eating waste from an M&M factory 62 miles away!
Unfortunately, the colored honey is not on sale. They are also putting a stop to the bees eating the waste. It poses a threat to the bee`s survival, so it makes sense to prevent this colored honey.
However, if this was not potentially harmful to the bees, I think naturally colored honey would attract many people. Remember back in the day when there was colored ketchup & sunscreen? Those weren`t naturally created but you get the gist!
- Would you eat colored honey?
- Do you think this would be a good marketing product?
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