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Cranberries grown on low, creeping shrubs or vines.  The fruit is a berry that is larger than the leaves of the plant it grows on.  Cranberries are initially white, but turn a deep red when fully ripe.  They have a slightly acidic taste than can overwhelm its sweetness.  Common uses include juice, sauce, and jam.

Growing Area
Maine, Massachusetts and New Jersey.
Handling and Storage
Freeze them and you will have them year round!  Store fresh cranberries in the refrigerator for up to two months.
Varieties
White; Fresh; Frozen
Availability
They are harvested in the fall (September through the first part of November).  They are available frozen year round.

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