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Will consumers accept the world’s first gene-edited tomato?

Will consumers accept the world’s first gene-edited tomato?

Maura Maxwell | 
[Japanese startup Sanatech Seed’s] Sicilian Rouge High GABA tomato was developed using cutting edge CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology. It contains ...
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Non-browning genetically engineered Arctic Apples in US stores in October

Maura Maxwell | 
Okanagan Specialty Fruits (OSF) is gearing up for the first commercial crop of its non-browning apples this autumn. Marketed under ...

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