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Monsanto Research Lab To Focus On Enhancing Flavor, Nutrition Of Vegetables

January 28, 2010: 09:43 PM EST
Monsanto is establishing research facilities at the North Carolina Research Campus as part of a collaborative effort in nutrition, agriculture and biotechnology to speed development of more nutritious foods with better flavor. Monsanto will focus on the taste and nutritional composition of vegetables, and enhanced nutrition in food-focused row crops such as soybeans. "We hope that by developing produce varieties with fantastic flavor and real nutritional benefits, people will enjoy eating more fruits and vegetables and be healthier," a Monsanto exec said. Only 29 percent of adults eat the recommended three to five servings of vegetables per day.
"Monsanto to Establish Facilities at North Carolina Research Campus to Accelerate Research and Development of Flavorful, Nutritious Food", PR Newswire Association LLC, January 28, 2010, via Monsanto Company, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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