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Antioxidant-rich apple

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Researchers in New Zealand have developed a red-fleshed apple chock full of anthocyanin, an antioxidant associated with human health benefits, HortResearch announces May 25. The apple is part of a new breeding program at the Auckland, New Zealand-based firm, where researchers are trying to produce "successful new apples." The red-fleshed apple, which is rosy to the core, will be unveiled June 24-28 at the International Food Technologists trade show and conference in Orlando, Fla. Promoters envision associated products such as a juice beverage that will offer "increased mental acuity and alertness." It will, however, be a while before the designer apple makes it into the produce section of local supermarkets. HortResearch aims to have the product on the market within a five-year time frame...
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