DAVIS, Calif. -- It's been three months since the Flavr Savr tomato hit the market, stirring up a media frenzy and fueling the debate over the future of genetically engineered foods. Now that media attention has subsided, industry leaders say the real test of the tomato's future has just begun. While the future looks promising, the tomato may have its share of challenges to meet, including its higher price and some initial inconsistencies in quality and availability, according to those ...
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