Cranberries are in season in many part of the United States during the fall months. While most fruits and vegetables are available for purchase in their off seasons, fresh cranberries are one of the few produce items that I usually can only find in the fall. In fact, I always buy a couple of extra packages of cranberries in the fall and then freeze them so that I have them all year long. To be sure, ask your local store or market. Remember that all forms—fresh, frozen, dried, canned and 100% juice—are equally as beneficial to you! Most recipes that call for ‘fresh’ forms can easily be substituted with ‘frozen.’
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