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The cranberry is one of only three native North American fruits still grown commercially in the United States today and people in Massachusetts have been growing and enjoying this tart berry for generations. Although they had been wild harvested for centuries by the indigenous population, it wasn’t until the early 19th century that cranberries were cultivated for sale, and the process by which they are cultivated and wet-harvested in cranberry bogs was developed in Cape Cod.

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