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Cubic watermelons grown in plastic containers in Kagawa Prefecture are catching on among wealthy Russians, where they are selling for 28,000 rubles (about $856) apiece at a luxury supermarket in Moscow.

Recent media coverage has boosted their popularity, with the price rising by 5,000 rubles in a few days, the Interfax news agency reported Sunday.

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