Would You Buy A Genetically Modified Apple That Doesn’t Go Brown? Okanagan Reveals

Published: Feb 23, 2015

Big news in the apple world: The federal government has approved the planting of genetically modified apples that won't turn brown when sliced. These apples, branded the "Arctic Apple," could appear on store shelves in just a few years. But why does the world needs a browning-resistant apple? Sliced, it appears, is better than whole.

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