The seafood restaurant’s leader Roger Berkowitz said he’s still not sure that eating genetically modified fish is safe, the Globe reported.
“I would not serve it in our restaurants, as I’m personally not convinced of its impact on our bodies, either long- or short-term,’’ he said in an e-mail to the Globe Thursday night.
Genetically modified salmon grows twice as fast as normal salmon. The gene alteration was engineered by the Massachusetts-based company AquaBounty.
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