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GMO 'Frankenfish' Destined For Grocery Store Shelves

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is now allowing genetically modified fish, whose DNA has been altered to speed up growth, and their eggs, into the U.S. “The announcement means that AquaBounty Technologies may import AquAdvantage Salmon eggs to its facility near Albany, Indiana, where the fish grow faster than traditional Atlantic salmon,” per USA Today. “AquAdvantage Salmon could hit store shelves by 2020, said the company. It declined to discuss what the cost will be.”

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