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.
Summertime is just around the corner and it just so happens to be a great time to incorporate dried cranberries into salads, frozen cranberries into smoothies, cranberry juice into refreshing cocktails and so much more! We want you to have an #AllAmeriCRAN summer, so...
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Using Cranberries during Frozen Food Month
In the fall, the Cranberry Marketing Committee encourages consumers to “buy one for now, two for the freezer,” meaning store fresh cranberries in the freezer for use later on. Frozen foods are a convenient and delicious way to eat the items you love year round. What...
Fresh Cranberry Salsa
This is a great, kid-friendly recipe for making cranberry popsicles from cranberry juice. We even tell you how to make the molds out of ice cube trays!
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.