On Monday 23rd of May, Sky News reported that UK scientists have used gene-editing technology to create tomatoes containing as much vitamin D as two eggs or a serving of tuna.

The development comes in the same week the government will propose a change in the law that will make it easier to develop and sell gene-edited crops.

Professor Cathie Martin, who led the researched published in the journal ‘Nature Plants’ said:

“Forty percent of Europeans have vitamin D insufficiency and so do one billion people worldwide,”

Noble Foods worked with Newcastle University and their nutritional scientists to naturally enrich our happy eggs with Sunshine Vitamin D, meaning two large happy eggs represent 94% of your daily recommended intake.

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