New Study Finds Bacteria Found In Apples May Be Good For You

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WESTERN NEW YORK – Apples are covered in about 100 million bacteria and a new study suggest that many of them are healthy.

The research, conducted by Graz University of Technology, found apples are among the most consumed fruits world-wide.

During the study, scientists compared store-bought conventional apples with fresh picked ones.

They found bacteria in the stem, peel, flesh, and seeds.

Overall, both organic and conventional apples had a similar number of bacteria, most of the germs hide in the seeds.

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