Genetically Modified Apple Doesn’t Go Brown: Once an apple is exposed to the air it instantly begins browning. This applies whether the fruit is sliced, bitten or simply bruised. Now, a new genetically modified apple doesn’t turn brown.

Not surprisingly, food growers are up-in-arms over this new genetically modified apple. According to the New York Times American’s have been eating genetically modified foods in the 1990s, but the growers don’t believe this apple will be beneficial to their market. Though the company producing the apple is positive on their product, the growers are rather sour. via New York Times