Clare Leschin-Hoar

freelance food policy journalist

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Freelance food policy journalist whose work has appeared on NPR's The Salt, Scientific American, and Time

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The AquaAdvantage salmon has been genetically altered to grow faster than other Atlantic salmon.

Genetically Modified Salmon Approved for Consumption

The AquaAdvantage salmon has been genetically altered to grow faster than other Atlantic salmon.

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