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France : Mystery of Blue Honey Bees Solved

Screen shot of blue honey made in Northern France from a FranceTVinfo report.

Vkarole writes [fr] that bees in Ribeauvillé, France (Alsace region) started to produce a mysterious blue honey. After an investigation, the beekeepers determined that the color came from a dye used by M&M's factory in the vicinity where a few bees would gather.

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