Where are cranberries grown commercially?


Where are cranberries grown commercially?


According to the United States Department of Agriculture, Wisconsin is the leading producer of cranberries.  Cranberry production in Wisconsin is located in the central and northern parts of the state.  The state produced 4.835 million barrels of cranberries in 2022.  (A barrel weighs 100 pounds.)  Other important cranberry producing states include Massachusetts (2.26 million barrels), New Jersey (563,000 barrels), and Oregon (400,000 barrels).  While most cranberries are grown in these four states, commercial cranberry production can also be found in Washington, Michigan, Minnesota, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.  Cranberries are processed into juice or sauce, dried, or sold fresh to consumers.  


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