Putting the Tomato Back In Tomatoes


Your average supermarket tomato is sorely lacking in a key ingredient: flavour. But scientists have unlocked the tomato's genome, and that means that the puzzle of restoring a tomato's taste is ready to be solved. Professor Harry Klee is part of a team at the University of Florida that's spent a decade breeding flavour back into the tomato. We also hear from from former NHL linesman Ray Scapinello on a tomato-related tragedy.
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