Kayt Sukel

Conscious Foods
Conscious Greens. Photo courtesy of Pairwise

Ever since CRISPR co-discoverer Jennifer Doudna suggested that this innovative gene-editing tool may have the greatest impact on agricultural applications, the food industry has waited in anticipation to see how long it would take a CRISPR product to travel from the lab to the market. Pairwise, a food startup based in Durham, N.C., was first to the finish line, announcing the U.S. release of its inaugural product, Conscious Greens, a CRISPR-edited sup…

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Kayt Sukel is a book author, magazine writer, and public speaker who frequently covers scientific topics ([email protected]).

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