Where do the cranberries come from? All of the cranberries that we dry come from Glacial Lake Cranberries®, our fourth generation farm located west of Wisconsin Rapids. The property started commercially producing cranberries in 1873. Cranberries were found growing wild, and dikes and ditches were built around the native stands of vines. The cultivation of these cranberries is sustainable, and other native species abundant, in the surrounding wetlands and forests. Cranberry vines are perennials, meaning we don't have to plant them every year, and they prefer well-drained sandy soil. Some vines are still producing at 75 years old - a true heirloom crop!
Wisconsin Foodie Episode February 2019
Stephen, Allison, Mary and Philip Brown
About us: As cranberry growers, we wanted to share the True Tart Taste® and natural goodness of cranberry year round. Honestly Cranberry’s dried cranberries are just that: cranberries. Honestly dried with no added sugars, juices, oils, or anything. We take great pride in carefully drying our cranberries to maintain their natural goodness. There are many products out there called "dried cranberries" but they are actually "sweetened dried cranberries." Cranberries are naturally tart, adding a zip to your step or any recipe you may choose. Honestly Cranberry® has developed this process to share the True Tart Taste®and natural goodness of cranberry with you... and we hope you enjoy this natural treat!