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 Agriculture’s National Agriculture Statistical Services (NASS). Wisconsin’s bountiful projection is part of the approximately 8.6 million…

CMC/Flik Independent School Dining E-Cookbook

The Cranberry Marketing Committee teamed up with Flik Independent School Dining to challenge their professionally-trained chefs to showcase their culinary talent by highlighting the flavor of cranberries in new and unique ways. Flik’s team of food and nutrition experts is dedicated entirely to creating fun, healthful and innovative dining solutions for private and independent school…

Cranberry Compound May Help Prevent Urinary Tract

USDA Agricultural Research Service A new cranberry bioactive component that has the potential to control urinary tract infections (UTIs) has been identified by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and collaborators. The bioactive component, referred to as SSGG fraction, is found in cranberry juice and is purified from enzyme-treated cranberry pulp. SSGG was found to…

US Cranberries on Display with US Premium Agricultural Products at seventh edition of India’s Restaurant & Catering Show

Earlier this month, Mumbai saw an exciting Culinary & Mixology Competition for budding chefs and mixologists at Restaurant & Catering Show (RECA). The competition was supported by Western Indian Culinary Association and Hospitality First. The prime objective of this campaign was to highlight the uniqueness of the following US Premium Agricultural Products in the Indian…

Grower Spotlight: Annie’s Crannies

This article was written by  Abby Cianciolo for the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers’ Association August Newsletter.  Nestled in the historic village of Dennis lies a hidden treasure not commonly known to the general public. Down side streets touched by streams of dirt and dust, through arches of beautiful trees and bushes, if you look closely…