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10 Things to Know About Cranberries

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A little red berry with a firmly established reputation, the cranberry plays an important role in the culinary culture of Quebec. Today, Fruit d'Or is one of the main cranberry exporters and the world’s leading producer of organic cranberries.
Recognized by their iconic colour and tart taste, these little berries offer a multitude of benefits and secrets to be discovered. To better understand what cranberries are, here are 10 things to know about this berry.

1. The blueberry and the cranberry: two cousins
2. The first berries appear 3 years after planting
3. Several names, one little red berry
4. The cranberry fruit doesn’t grow in water
5. Cranberry fruit takes on its colour as it grows
6. The cranberry floats in water
7. Fresh cranberries can be preserved for several months
8. A fruit with a unique taste
9. A berry with multiple benefits
10. Meticulous water monitoring during the harvest

A versatile berry enjoyed in all its forms

A pioneer in organic berry production and processing in Quebec, Fruit d’Or is constantly improving its techniques to offer you high-quality fruit. Enjoy our fresh, juiced or dried cranberries to take advantage of their multiple uses and benefits. Explore our line of organic products to discover our cranberry products in all their forms.

It’s the simple everyday things that make our berries so tender, tasty, healthy and give them the perfect texture. Each parcel of land we farm with care and respect. Each weed we pull by hand. Each extra day we wait to ensure crops are harvested at peak ripeness. Each minute saved between field and freezer. Each berry perfectly preserved. Each unwanted substance detected and eliminated. And each delicious bite our customers enjoy.

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