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"New wave" of GMOs: pink pineapples, purple tomatoes

This undated handout photo provided by Okanagan Specialty Fruits shows an Arctic� Granny, left, Arctic� Golden, right, and Arctic� Granny slices. Cancer-fighting pink pineapples, heart-healthy purple tomatoes and less fatty vegetable oils may someday be on U.S. grocery shelves alongside more traditional products. These genetically engineered foods could receive government approval in the coming years, following the OK given recently given to apples that don't brown and potatoes that don't bruise. The companies and scientists that have created these foods are hoping that American customers will be attracted to the health benefits and convenience and overlook any concerns about genetic engineering. (AP Photo/Okanagan Specialty Fruits)

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