Whether fresh, pressed into juice or dried, folks love Michigan cranberries. The state’s climate, soil and water resources make our state an excellent location for growing Michigan cranberries, which are harvested September through November.
Michigan cranberry facts:
- Cranberries are grown on 280 acres throughout Michigan
- The Upper Peninsula, lower part of the northern peninsula and Southwest Michigan all grow cranberries
- Michigan’s cranberry industry is expected to expand significantly in the coming years
Cranberries are an excellent source of nutrition and vitamins, like vitamin C
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