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Market Drivers for Cranberry Industry

Cranberry marketers say they have room to build sales of their product two ways: time and place. Fresh cranberry sales peak around the Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday period. Now, marketers are looking to promote the berry year-round. Read the full article at The Packer

200 Years of Cranberry Farming in Massachusetts

South Shore Living Each autumn, cranberry bogs across the South Shore turn a vibrant crimson, ushering in the annual harvest season. The tart little berries are native to New England. The earliest record of cranberry cultivation dates to 1816 when a man named Captain...

CMC Wins Marketing Excellence Award

The Cranberry Marketing Committee (CMC) received a 2016 Produce Business Marketing Excellence Award for its Cranberry Friendsgiving Photo Contest Social Media Campaign. CMC Wins Marketing Excellence Award

CMC 2016-18 Members & Crop Production Forecast

CMC 2016-18 Members & Crop Production Forecast

The Cranberry Marketing Committee (CMC) held its annual summer meeting August 8 and 9 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. During this meeting Committee members and alternates were announced into their roles for the term beginning August 1, 2016 and running through July 31, 2018....

Massachusetts School Planning Cranberry Curriculum

Superintendent Stephen Dempsey said that the school is working with the state’s Department of Conservation and Recreation, Department of Agricultural Resources, Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association and companies producing cranberry products to revitalize the...

Wisconsin Leads Cranberry Production for 22nd Year

WSCGA This fall, Wisconsin’s cranberry industry is once again projected to produce more cranberries than any other state, with an estimated crop of approximately 5.2 million barrels of fruit, according to projections announced today by the U.S. Department of...

CMC Grower Named Farm Family of the Year

Randy Forster and Billie Jo Forster run Minnesota Cranberry Co. with their children. Recently, Forsters were named the Aitkin County Farm Family of the Year by the University of Minnesota Extension Service. CMC Grower Named Farm Family of the Year

Survey Says Cranberry Eaters Are Healthy & Active

Four-fifths (80%) of the U.S. population enjoy cranberries, according to a survey commissioned by the Cranberry Marketing Committee. The nationwide survey found that in general, more cranberry eaters than non-cranberry eaters say they work out and are...

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