On the rugged coast of Southern Oregon, the sea breezes and misty air allow the cranberries to stay on the vine longer, resulting in a sweeter, darker berry than most regions produce. Mary and Ron Puhl are proud that Cape Blanco remains independently owned and operated, committed to growing the very best cranberries.
Haggen has high quality, late harvest, fully vine-ripened cranberries from Cape Blanco in Port Orford, Oregon. This tart, red berry can be eaten raw or used in sauces, jellies, relishes, and beverages. Did you know cranberries have many health benefits? A USDA study found cranberries to be in the top five foods with the highest antioxidant content per serving.