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Watch out: That new Walmart cantaloupe was developed by Monsanto!

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 GySgtermey    543

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Watch out: That new Walmart cantaloupe was developed by Monsanto

By TheHealthRanger

Walmart’s answer to Aldi and Amazon: ‘designer cantaloupe’

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Off-season cantaloupes, Walmart executives say, “taste like a piece of wood.”

Which is why the world’s largest retailer recently set out to create a “designer” melon that tastes as sweet and flavorful in winter as it does in summer. The Sweet Spark, as it is called, has been in the works for

two years and is up to 40 percent sweeter than the current winter fare sold at Walmart, Bloomberg originally reported this week.

 

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 Siddrix    875

If it's anything like a rocky ford it most likely tastes like cr#p!.. lol...

I am currently growing sasquatch melons and they are awesome..,

 

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 CGK    2,586
Just now, Siddrix said:

If it's anything like a rocky ford it most likely tastes like cr#p!.. lol...

I am currently growing sasquatch melons and they are awesome..,

 

What? Rocky ford melons from Colorado use to be the best melons in the world. I cant get them in Texas and have not had a Rocky Ford melon in years. Please don't tell me that they are crap now..I want to remember them as the sweetest fruit money could buy back in the 80's.

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 Cinnamon    19,692

I bought a tiny watermelon today... I wonder if it's gmo. Sugar Baby is supposed to be heirloom or hybrid, not GMO, I think. 

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 CGK    2,586
Just now, Cinnamon said:

I bought a tiny watermelon today... I wonder if it's gmo. Sugar Baby is supposed to be heirloom or hybrid, not GMO, I think. 

Unless you bought it a a local farmers market chances are its a GMO product unless there was a sticker on the melon that stated otherwise.

Its getting more and more difficult to find produce than has not been altered.

I paid 8 bucks for a small watermelon from the farmers market last Saturday. I talked to the guy who grew it and it was one of the sweetest watermelons I have ever eaten.

8 bucks for a watermelon is a lot of money but at least I knew it was not GMO or sprayed with any crap.

 

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 Cinnamon    19,692
2 minutes ago, CGK said:

Unless you bought it a a local farmers market chances are its a GMO product unless there was a sticker on the melon that stated otherwise.

Its getting more and more difficult to find produce than has not been altered.

I paid 8 bucks for a small watermelon from the farmers market last Saturday. I talked to the guy who grew it and it was one of the sweetest watermelons I have ever eaten.

8 bucks for a watermelon is a lot of money but at least I knew it was not GMO or sprayed with any crap.

 

I'm eating it anyway.  :D

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 Siddrix    875
Just now, CGK said:

What? Rocky ford melons from Colorado use to be the best melons in the world. I cant get them in Texas and have not had a Rocky Ford melon in years. Please don't tell me that they are crap now..I want to remember them as the sweetest fruit money could buy back in the 80's.

They were better back then. But seed producers went for corporate greed and produced hybrids with a longer shelf life so taste went out the window...

One of the best from back in the 80's was called a magnum 45. But sadly you can't get the seed anymore because the original producer was bought out by a foreign company...

 

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 Cinnamon    19,692
1 hour ago, Siddrix said:

They were better back then. But seed producers went for corporate greed and produced hybrids with a longer shelf life so taste went out the window...

One of the best from back in the 80's was called a magnum 45. But sadly you can't get the seed anymore because the original producer was bought out by a foreign company...

 

I don't think I've ever tried that kind of melon. I like most of them, like honeydew, etc. 

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 Curenado    826

Thanks for the heads up. I consider that crap poisonous as well as tasteless and bizzare texture.

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