Bright red jewels! Crisp, and tart, these beautiful berries are packed dry in a 12 ounce box.
Store in their box or a plastic bag in the refrigerator, or freeze for later use.
Yes, Bob and his family DO grow cranberries in Vermont! Cranberries are actually in the blueberry family and are extremely hardy. Bob has decided not to certify them organic because he feels he can produce even better berries with fewer chemicals if he uses the biological anti fungal agent that is not on the organic list presently.
Plump & truly fresh, every single one! Delicious sliced in oatmeal, frozen in ice cubes for beverages as well as traditional boil with orange zest for sauce...this can go on oatmeal, ice cream, sandwiches.... : )
I use these every year to make homemade cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving.
They're really tasty and if I make sure to purée the whole thing, it comes out smooth like the whole family likes while still being a fresh local product.