Farmers are growing wacky-shaped fruits and vegetables inside specially designed plastic molds. While still small, the fruit is set inside a clear, sculpted container. Meanwhile, the roots and other parts of the plant continue to grow normally. A cube-shaped mold forced this watermelon to grow into an easy-to-transport shape. It's great for shipping and handling of watermelons, but it's a bad strategy for growing feet.
An improperly fitted shoe will force the soft bones in your child's feet to grow unnaturally, the same way these molds deform fruit.
The unique growing method, which started in China, has now spread to America. This October, Halloween "Pumpkinsteins" from Cinagro Farms in Ventura County, California sold out completely.
Buy properly fitted shoes which allow your child's feet to grow unhindered by tight shoes. Their feet will have a better chance of being healthy for life.
More pictures below, plus links to buy fruit molds.