Cranberry, fruit of any of several small creeping or trailing plants of the genus Vaccinium (family Ericaceae), related to the blueberries. The small-fruited, or northern, cranberry (V. oxycoccus) is found in marshy land in northern North America and Asia and in northern and central Europe. In regions where they are grown, cranberries are a popular pie filling, their juice is widely marketed as a beverage, and in sauce and relish form cranberries are traditionally associated with U.S. and Canadian Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.
We are cooperating with several cranberry juice concentrate suppliers in the United States (producers, distributors, warehouses, importers and exporters), so that we can offer you natural, conventional or USDA NOP certified organic and Non-GMO (GMO Free) cranberry concentrate with diversified specifications (clear or cloudy, aseptic or non-aseptic, frozen), and in various bulk pack sizes (pails, drums, totes). Cranberry juice concentrate samples are available on request.