• In Nova Scotia, cranberries are grown in bogs in the Annapolis Valley, South Shore and Cape Breton regions. Over 60 hectares of cranberries are grown in the province, with an estimated value of $1 million.
• Cranberries are a great source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and manganese, as well as antioxidants.
Storage, Preparation and Cooking Tips
• Cranberries are best stored between 0 and 4° C. Cranberries freeze well and will keep for nearly 1 year in an airtight container. Wash before using.
• You can enjoy cranberries fresh or frozen, add them to salads, in baking or use to make homemade cranberry sauce, juice, and jelly.