Scientist’s video cook-off: Conventional hash browns vs. Simplot’s Innate non-browning potatoes

| | October 24, 2016
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Plant pathologist Dr. Steve Savage, does a cooking demonstration using conventional potatoes and GMO non-browning potatoes to make hash browns. The GMO non-browning potatoes were developed by the scientists at J.R. Simplot using its Innate technology. They recently became available in stores under the name “White Russets.” These potatoes resist browning when cut, resist bruising and produce less carcinogenic acrylamide when fried compared to non-GMO potatoes.

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