Biogas plant involved in French multi-coloured honey debacle
A biogas plant has been caught up in a mystery surrounding multi-coloured honey being made by bees over in France.
Northeastern French beekeepers were recently confounded after reaping honey made on their farms that appeared blue and green in colour, which they couldn’t sell.
It was eventually deciphered that the bees must have been collecting sugary waste from biogas plant Agrivalor, which deals with waste from a factory that makes the confectionary brand M&Ms.
A spokesperson from Agrivalor, after conversations with the concerned farmers, has claimed it will now store all incoming waste in airtight containers and process it quicker to help stop the problem.