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Audio: Crash course on the CRISPR-edited foods headed for grocery stores

| | December 21, 2018

Genetically modified organisms, GMOs, have been common on American farms for years. But a new generation of gene-edited food, through a process called CRISPR, is on its way and expected to change our crops and supermarket shelves. Some farmers and scientists say there needs to be oversight of gene-edited crops and animals. Carey Goldberg (@commonhealth) of WBUR reports.

Original audio segment: Gene-Edited CRISPR Food Is Coming To A Supermarket Near You

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