A Tradition of Innovation
Celebrating 200 Years of Cranberry Production
Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association
Our favorite recipes that show the taste and versatility of cranberries.
What’s growing on?
The majority of cranberry varieties are harvested in October. By the end of the month 95% of berries will have been harvested.
Harvest season comes to an end in November. Families enjoy the fruits of this harvest as part of their Thanksgiving celebrations.
Growers begin their offseason maintenance, including cleaning ditches and pruning vines, and begin planning for the following year’s growing season.
Nutrients & Health
Being one of nature's super foods, cranberries have unique health benefits, including specific polyphenols called proanthocyanidins (PACs).
- Urinary tract health and antibacterial benefits
- Cardiovascular health and anti-inflammatory benefits
- No cholesterol, virtually no fat, and low sodium
- Substantial levels of dietary fiber and vitamins