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Most cranberries are harvested by flooding their fields (they float thanks to little air pockets in the berries) and tend to be frozen or processed quickly once harvested. Those that are dry harvested and sold as ‘fresh’ are tested for ripeness via a bounce board separator (ripe cranberries bounce).

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Most cranberries are harvested by flooding their fields (they float thanks to little air pockets in the berries) and tend to be frozen or processed quickly once harvested. Those that are dry harvested and sold as ‘fresh’ are tested for ripeness via a bounce board separator (ripe cranberries bounce).

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