Cranberries are not just any fruit – they are America’s Original Superfruit.® As one of three commonly cultivated fruits native only to North America, cranberries are an important crop with roots deep in American history. More than 1,100 small family farmers – many of them fourth, fifth or even sixth generation – produce U.S. cranberries on 40,800 acres. Cranberries are grown across the United States in leading production states of Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon and Washington. They are a versatile, nutrient-dense fruit that can be easily incorporated into sweet and savory dishes.
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The Cranberry Institute’s library includes a comprehensive collection of abstracts of the latest research on the health benefits of cranberries.
The CMC’s annual summer meeting will take place Monday, August 9 and Tuesday, August 10, 2021. Due to COVID-19, we are planning to host a hybrid-style meeting which will entail an in-person option at the Radisson Blue Mall of America hotel in Minneapolis, MN and a...
The CMC will be hosting an open Zoom meeting on Tuesday, April 6 at 1:00 p.m. EST. The agenda will be to discuss a social media training proposal submitted by Volition Partners. If you would like to participate in the call, please contact Karen Cahill at...
March is National Frozen Food Month – Creative Ways to Use Frozen CranberriesAgain, we want to take a moment to thank everyone—healthcare professionals, first responders, grocery workers, and other essential employees—who have been working tirelessly during the...
Cranberries provide vibrant color, refreshing taste and health-promoting nutrients to both sweet and savory recipes. Available in many convenient forms – from fresh and dried to juice and sauce – cranberries are a versatile ingredient you can easily use throughout the day and throughout the year.