M&M's-crazed bees make blue and green honey

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Beekeepers from a dozen apiaries in the Alsace region say their bees' taste for M&M's from a nearby waste-processing plant is causing a problem.

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Bees from a dozen apiaries in eastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green – after feasting on M&M's at a nearby biogas plant processing waste from a chocolate factory, reports France 24.