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Minneapolis hotel buzzing with 120,000 new guests

The W Hotel in the Foshay Tower has installed two rooftop beehives -- each home to about 60,000 bees. KSTP reports the honey will be used to make signature bonbons for guests.
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The W Hotel in the Foshay Tower has installed two rooftop beehives -- each home to about 60,000 honeybees. KSTP reports the honey will be used to make signature bonbons for guests.

The Business Journal notes hotel-based beekeeping trend is taking over rooftops from Paris to Times Square.

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