LAKEVILLE, Mass. -- All-time high production and availability -- coupled with the lowest prices in three years -- have producers of cranberries pushing end-users to incorporate the berry into as many products as possible. In retail supermarkets, the cranberry's bright red hue is gaining recognition as a staple at the bakery counter, where it is being used in muffins, cookies, cakes and breads, according to producers. A recent study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found Americans ...
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