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Tattooed fruit to replace stickers and plastic packaging can make a $150 profit at the local retail market.

In an attempt to discourage tattooed workers from coming to the U.S., California became the first state to require tattoos to be removed from the lips and ears after the passage of Proposition 215 in 1993. But the move was controversial among industry groups and some lawmakers worried that removing tattoos from the face was tantamount to criminalizing a person's religion.

The California Retailers Association opposed the change and said "business owners and workers need the security of knowing that when they walk into their business, they will not be exposed to any unwanted attention while doing it."

This type of tattooing is called "tradectomy," meaning the act of removing the skin or covering it with adhesive in order to alter a person's appearance and shape. This type of tattooing is often done on an alien looking creature and often accompanied by a "trademark" that identifies the person to everyone to see.

With nearly 95 percent of Americans identified as either atheist or agnostic, tattoos also represent a significant segment of the U.S. population. In 2011, an estimated 9.9 percent of U.S. adults have at least one tattoo -- with more than one tattooer per state accounting for a majority of the state's tattooing population.

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