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Topic: Proportion of M&M's
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Jay Wilkins

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Proportion of M&M's
Posted: Dec 10, 1996 3:02 PM
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Bruce,

I do not know the proportion for Reese's pieces but there is a whole article
on M&M's in this months CHANCE magazine. The proportions for plain M&M's is
as follows:

Brown 30%
Yellow 20%
Red 20%
Orange 10%
Green 10%
Blue 10%

This info was in the article, plus, it can be found in a brochure from
M&M/MARS. The article also lists the proportions for all of the different
kinds of M&M's.

Jay Wilkins
University of Illinois





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