Su suggerimento di @Mostrodeibiscotti.
Come racconta phys.org, per la prima volta in Europa alcune verdure modificate con la tecnica CRISPR/Cas9 (ma non classificate come OGM) sono state coltivate fuori da un laboratorio e servite in tavola.
This summer has been the first time that plants that have been gene-edited using CRISPR-Cas9 – in a way that does not classify the plant as GMO – have been allowed to be cultivated outside of the lab. This is definitely the first time in Europe, and even if it been done before in other parts of the world, it has been kept secret. This time, it was a cabbage plant and the Radio Sweden gardening show “Odla med P1” took part in the harvest leading to the probably first-ever meal of CRISPR-Cas9 genome-edited plants. The first CRISPR meal to have been enjoyed was “Tagliatelle with CRISPRy fried vegetables.”