Does GMO food stay fresh longer?



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    In a study on tomatoes, researchers have discovered that by suppressing enzymes in the tomato, the “shelf life” of the product increases to about a month. The regular shelf life a non-modified tomato is 15 days.

    Researchers are going similar tests with other fruit to see compare results.

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    well duh. If they’re injected with hormones that prevent them from rotting or going bad for an extended amount of time, they have a longer shelf life.

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