New GM apple that won’t turn brown stirs concerns from NGOs, conventional growers

| July 13, 2012
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A genetically engineered apple that does not turn brown when sliced or bruised is in development. But it has much of the traditional apple industry and anti-GMO advocacy groups seeing red.  

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