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The USDA just gave the green light to commercialize a genetically modified version the cotton plant, whose seeds can be eaten, according to Bloomberg. Researchers at Texas A&M University had been working on it for 23 years. The seeds still need approval from the FDA before they hit the market, but the researchers are confident that that’s going to happen very soon. And then, it’s game on baby. A whole new food source to help feed the world. The Resident breaks down why this is a perfect example of one of those “unaccountable” factors that you can always count on.
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