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Podcast: Indiana chefs contemplate serving GMO salmon as fish eggs begin hatching in nearby facility

AquaBounty salmon raised in land-based tanks. Image: AquaBounty
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Genetically modified salmon developed by biotech firm AquaBounty may soon be on the menu in the United States, possibly in late 2020. It will be the first GMO animal approved for human consumption in the U.S., and the fish are being raised in an unlikely place. As the engineered salmon eggs begin hatching in a landlocked aquaculture facility in Indiana, local chefs contemplate serving the fast-growing fish in their restaurants.

Original podcast: Indiana Aquafarm Is Approved To Sell Genetically Modified Salmon

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