genetically altered food

The juiciest tomatoes and the sweetest corn are two of summer's most anticipated gifts, which is why we were both happy and troubled to read the latest health news on both those favorite foods.
In the hopes of selling more apples -- including more pre-sliced fruit for snacking -- one biotech company is trying to bring to market a genetically altered apple that doesn't turn brown when it's bruised or cut.
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