Fresh season typically Mid-September through October.
Small-sized red berry with small seeds.
Grown in Oregon, Massachusetts, Wisconsin.
Once an important food and medicine for Native Americans.
Revolutionary War veteran Henry Hall planted the first commercial cranberry beds in Dennis, Massachusetts in 1816.
Today, cranberries are farmed on approximately 40,000 acres (16,200 hectares) across the northern United States and Canada.
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North American women have been drinking cranberry juice cocktail for years as a traditional remedy for bladder infections and to maintain urinary tract health.
Cranberries are an excellent source of "antioxidants," which help protect against cancer, heart disease and other diseases.