Cranberry Bogging through the Bay State Img

Indigenous people have been harvesting and eating wild cranberries for millennia. European settlers started to cultivate cranberries in Massachusetts in 1816 and the berry remains an integral part of the Bay State’s cultural and culinary landscape today.

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