[disambiguation] Cantaloupe is a fruit. Cantaloupe may also refer to: ...
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[n] - a variety of muskmelon vine having fruit with a tan rind and orange flesh
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Can'ta·loupe noun [ French cantaloup , Italian cantalupo , so called from the caste of Cantalupo , in the Marca d'Ancona, in Italy, where they were first grown in Europe, from seed said to have been imported from Armenia.] A muskmelo...
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cantaloup noun a variety of muskmelon vine having fruit with a tan rind and orange flesh
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• (n.) A muskmelon of several varieties, having when mature, a yellowish skin, and flesh of a reddish orange color.
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(from the article `melon`) Cantalupensis group, the cantaloupes (named for Cantalupo, near Rome, where these melons were early grown from southwestern Asian stock), ...
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Cantaloupes have been linked to listeriosis illness caused by Listeria bacteria that contaminated the fruit while they were being stored and sorted in cold conditions after harvest. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the link between cantaloupe Listeria contaminati...
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