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The first commercialized biotech apple has been approved by US regulators, waving off the refutation coming from GMO critics and organic industry to ob-struct the fruit.The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) approved two genetically engineered apple varieties designed to resist browning that have been developed by the Canadian company Okanagan Specialty Fruits Inc.The apples are said to be identical to the others but with an added advantage of resisting browning after being sliced or bruised. Okanagan plans to market the apples as Arctic Granny and Arctic Golden.Okanagan President Neal Carter called the USDA approval “a monumental occasion.”
Arctic apples will be initially available in late 2016 in small numbers. – Neal Carter, Okanagan President.
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