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Anna F.
Anna F.

That means that M&M's factories throw waste in the environment. How nice.

Wal Lucas
Wal Lucas

I have to wonder what damage is done too the bees by GMO crops

Keith Kircher
Keith Kircher

What a great market that would of been for honey.I mean colored honey! How cool.

KOBY SELLERS
KOBY SELLERS

Thought you might find this of interest!

Matt Weger
Matt Weger

@Wal Lucas none, GMO crops still need to be pollinated by bees, they do not auto pollinate.

Susan Johnson
Susan Johnson

@Matt Weger @Wal Lucas Wal Lucas has a point. Bees collect nectar. The nectar GMO crops produce might be as potentially harmful to them as eating GMO crops is to us.  

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