Is it OK to eat cloned fruit?

The following is an excerpt.

Cloned fruit is widely sold in grocery stores.  Some of it is even cloned mutant fruit.  None of these fruits are labeled as such.  They aren’t even regulated. You can’t avoid this kind of fruit by going to Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s.  Should you be concerned?

Actually,  almost all fruit is cloned for good reasons that I will describe below.  I like to use this question as a way to show people how emotive language can be used to make something ordinary sound scary.  That is why a healthy dose of skepticism is needed as we encounter so many alarmist allegations about our food supply.  The danger is getting drawn into a conspiracy-theory mindset which leaves people unable to listen to reasoned explanation.

Read the full article here: Is it OK to eat Cloned Fruit?

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