Cranberry Marketing Committee Unveils New Website

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The Cranberry Marketing Committee has launched a new website version of uscranberries.com with a clean, bold design, along with improved navigation and overall user experience.

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The new site will make it easier for visitors to find what they are looking for, especially recipes that utilize fresh fruit, health research information and our Friendsgiving contest.

The Cranberry Marketing Committee (CMC) is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved website: http://www.uscranberries.com. The updated site features a clean, bold design along with improved navigation and overall user experience.

“We want to continually provide our audience with the most up-to-date industry information along with creative and innovative ways to incorporate America’s Original Superfruit®, the cranberry, into their diets and décor,” said CMC’s Executive Director Michelle Hogan. “The new site will make it easier for visitors to find what they are looking for, especially recipes that utilize fresh fruit, health research information and our Friendsgiving contest.”

CMC’s website provides information on the history and cultivation of cranberries in the United States. It also provides the most comprehensive data on production and sales from US cranberry growers and handlers. Additionally, CMC’s website is a resource for consumers and foodservice professionals to find recipes and other creative ways to use cranberries.

“We want people to be thinking about the health benefits and versatility of cranberries throughout the year, not just during harvest season,” Hogan said. “There is so much for us to share during the winter, spring and summer, we are confident that this refreshed website will let us do that more effectively.”

About the Cranberry Marketing Committee (CMC)
The CMC was established as a Federal Marketing Order in 1962 to ensure a stable, orderly supply of good quality product. Authority for its actions are provided under Chapter IX, Title 7, Code of Federal Regulations, referred to as the Federal Cranberry Marketing Order, which is part of the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended. This Act specifies cranberries as a commodity that may be covered, regulations that may be issued, guidelines for administering the programs, and privileges and limitations granted by Congress. For more information about the CMC, visit http://www.uscranberries.com or follow @uscranberries on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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