SAN FRANCISCO -- Retailers may want to make room for a new item on their juice shelves, which they can be put next to the cranberry juice. Aronia berry juice cocktail is being billed as a new fruit drink that has all the benefits of cranberries, but with a milder taste. Although native to North America, aronia berries have not been grown commercially in the U.S. since the turn of the century. They are now being imported into the U.S. from the Masuran Lakelands region of Poland by Aronia ...

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