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Cranberries have a round to oval shape and are red to dark red. The white flesh has a bitter sweet flavour.
The ideal teperature of Cranberries

Storage advice

Cranberries are kept refrigerated during transport and storage. The ideal temperature during transport is 8 ℃. At home the cranberries best kept in the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Cranberries

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Growing & harvesting

Acranberry plant is ready to be harvested for the first time three years
after planting. Harvesting starts each year around mid-September when
the berries are a deep ruby red. On the night before the berries are
harvested, the bog where they grow is flooded with a shallow layer of
water from local ponds or water buffers on the site. Special harvesting
machines loosen the cranberries from the vines and via a conveyor
belt the berries are placed in small boats. Full boats are lifted out of the
water and emptied into a truck. The excess water is pumped back from
the cranberry bogs to the water buffers after harvesting. The cranberries
are then sorted for colour, size and softness at the packing station
before being shipped to the Netherlands after packing. A cranberry
plant can only be harvested once a year. Cranberry plants are perennial
so can produce for many years. Some plants are even more than 20
years old.

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Preparation tips & recipes

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