Can you really grow your own M&M candy? According to the Farmer's Market you can grow your own M&M candy in your garden. I never tried it or heard of it before but the source is directly from The Farmer's Almanac. This is not an April Fool joke. Click the link under M&M and see for yourself.
If you try it will you share on ActiveRain? If you grow it will you eat it? If it does grow and you do have kids, it would be like having their own candy store in your own backyard! Do you think kids could become entrepreneurs and rich off M&M candy selling it to their friends and relatives? Would the kids grow their marketing and advertising skills based on growing and selling M&M's? Would you have to insure your M&M garden if sales soar? Would College students on campus plant M&M in raised flower beds to earn extra cash? If food supplies ran out, could you survive on home grown M&M's?
Did you ever stop to think how they made M&M candy or how they covered the chocolate inside with different colors? To be honest, I never stopped to think about it, nor would I ever think you could grow them in your garden. Are they like the magic bean stalk?
According to Wikipedia: M&M's are the flagship product of the Mars Wrigley Confectionery division of Mars, Incorporated. The candy originated in the United States in 1941, and M&M's have been sold in over 100 countries since 2003.
According to Billionaire News: Net Worth for M&M's, Snickers, Skittles, Milky Way, Three Musketeers, Mars Bar, Twix, and other sweet treats if $94 Billion!