Purple Tomatoes

In this handout photo illustration provided by the John Innes Centre UK, purple tomatoes are seen on October 27, 2008 in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100206170000" title="Norwich" href="/topic/us/connecticut/new-london-county/norwich-PLGEO100100206170000.topic">Norwich</a>, United Kingdom. Scientists from the John Innes Centre, UK have genetically engineered tomatoes to contain very high levels of the cancer-fighting antioxident 'anthocyanins', which as a result have turned the usually red fruit into a deep purple.
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( Photo by John Innes Centre UK via Getty Images )

In this handout photo illustration provided by the John Innes Centre UK, purple tomatoes are seen on October 27, 2008 in Norwich, United Kingdom. Scientists from the John Innes Centre, UK have genetically engineered tomatoes to contain very high levels of the cancer-fighting antioxident 'anthocyanins', which as a result have turned the usually red fruit into a deep purple.

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