Genetically modified plants engineered to produce oils rich in EPA and DHA could provide a valuable alternative to fish-derived supplements, researchers at the UK's Southampton University and Rothamsted Research write in Nutrition Bulletin. Modified oilseed plants not only offer sustainability, but could produce fatty acids without the palatability concerns associated with fish oil.
Genetically modified plants touted as fatty acid source
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