Cranberries

Blueberry, Cranberry Lessons Offered

These workshops will be held at the Farm and Home Center, 121 Second St. off Judd Road 0.3 mile east of Airport Road.If you plan to attend call Linda Wightman at 736-3394 ext 124.Scheduled are:Wednesday,... more »

Cranberry Industry Gets Boost

Wisconsin's cranberry industry has been booming in recent years. And part of the reason has been a push for research on the fruit. Wasau, Wis., Fox 55Click here to read the rest of the story. more »

Group Says Ocean Spray’s Choice Brand Doesn’t Use Real Fruit

A consumer advocacy group isn't so sweet on the labeling of a new dried fruit cranberry product from Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. Boston GlobeClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

No Waders Are Needed to Pick These Cranberries

Fresh cranberries bounce. A cranberry that can be bounced off a table is a fresh cranberry, said Candace Lillie, an Ocean County Park naturalist. Asbury Park, N.J., PressClick here to read the rest of the... more »

Cold Hurts N.B. Cranberry Crop

Cranberry growers in New Brunswick are expecting smaller yields this year compared to last year. CBC NewsClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

Cranberry Co-op Station Adds to Good Harvest for Wisconsin

Cranberry producers are wrapping up their harvest season and all indications are that Wisconsin will top the country in cranberry production for the 15th straight year. WisBusiness.com more »

Cranberries: Big Harvest, Rising Sales

Wisconsin is the nation's largest cranberry producer, providing nearly 60% of the U.S. supply and about half of all cranberries grown in the world. Milwaukee Sentinel-JournalClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

Cranberries Continue Return to Maine

The rush was on in the deep-maroon cranberry bogs at Ricker Hill Orchards last week. Kennebec JournalClick here>/a> to read the rest of the story. more »

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