Genetically modified apples may trigger allergies: scientist

01/22/2017 08:08 PM
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Taipei, Jan. 22 (CNA) A local expert expressed concern Sunday that Taiwan might open its doors to genetically modified non-browning apples -- reportedly to go on sale in the U.S. next month -- and questioned whether the produce could trigger allergies among several groups.


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