Cranberries do not grow in standing water


Choose cranberries that are firm and not shriveled or decayed.

There are two possible methods of harvesting cranberries: dry and wet. Most cranberries are gathered wet, and those berries are destined to become juices, jellies, and dried fruit. Because cranberries contain pockets of air, they readily float to the surface, making harvesting a simple process. The other method, dry harvesting, involves collecting the cranberries before flooding the bog. The fresh cranberries you buy at the store were likely all harvested dry.


Refrigerate cranberries for up to 2 months or freeze for future use.


Fat free, cholesterol free, sodium free and a good source of vitamin C and fiber.

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