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GM apple won’t go brown when it’s sliced

November 30, 2010  By The Toronto Star


slicedappleNovember 30, 2010,
Cashmere, WA – A Canadian biotechnology company has asked the U.S. to approve a
genetically modified apple that won’t brown soon after its sliced, saying the
improvement could boost sales of apples for snacks, salads and other uses.

November 30, 2010,
Cashmere, WA – A Canadian biotechnology company has asked the U.S. to approve a
genetically modified apple that won’t brown soon after its sliced, saying the
improvement could boost sales of apples for snacks, salads and other uses.

slicedapple 
  

U.S. apple growers say
it’s too soon to know whether they’d be interested in the apple: They need to
resolve questions about the apple’s quality, the cost of planting and, most
importantly, whether people would buy it.

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