NO GREEN LIGHT. Rocío Díaz de la Garza, Gregory, and Hanson (left to right) examine folate-fortified tomatoes that they developed. However, the fact that genetic modification was the means would probably make the product unappealing to current consumers, the scientists say.
Credit: Univ. of Fla.
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