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Annie Walker says that cranberries are one of the most important fruits in America. The cranberry is a Native American plant and was growing here long before the first settlers arrived from Europe. Annie’s family tie to cranberries dates back before the American Revolution. Today she keeps that tradition alive by growing cranberries on her Annie’s Crannies farm in Massachusetts.
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