Consumers have embraced fresh-cut and value-added products that contain sliced apples once the industry found  coatings that inhibit browning.

Now a Canadian firm, Okanagan Speiclaty Fruits, wants to introduce a genetically modified apple that doesn't need any treatments to maintain its color once sliced.

U.S. apple grower-shippers are not enthusiastic about the variety, which will be marketed as Arctic.

Read the complete article in The Packer.