At least in this case, the choice seems to come down to accepting a genetically modified orange or eating a whole lot more pesticide.
Or eating oranges that look like the one on the right.
[Added] Or, as numerous meatspace commenters have pointed out to me, not eating oranges at all.
I myself am not totally against GMO foods. I don't have worries about the "Frankenfood" aspect; i.e., I'd have no problem eating a given sample that had gone through the testing described in the article. I do worry about genetically modified organisms -- plant or animal -- escaping into the wild, as it were, before we completely understand what we're doing, in general.