Sweet broccoli? Cherries without stones? Apples that don't turn brown? With genome editing, almost anything seems possible. In Canada, the government announced in May the relaxation of the rules governing these new agricultural techniques. No need for prior authorization or labelling of future seeds, unlike traditional GMOs. The reform will revolutionize agriculture but it also worries the organic sector, which sees it as the end of food traceability and a threat to organic certification.