Square Watermelons Invade New York A fruit company in Panama has sent its first shipment of 120 square watermelons to New York. A company official says the melons are not genetically modified. Instead, they're grown inside cube-shaped glass boxes. They'll cost about $75.
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Square Watermelons Invade New York

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Square Watermelons Invade New York

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A fruit company in Panama has sent its first shipment of 120 square watermelons to New York. A company official says the melons are not genetically modified. Instead, they're grown inside cube-shaped glass boxes. They'll cost about $75.

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