American cranberry

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Related to American cranberry: American cranberry bush, Black Chokeberry
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Synonyms for American cranberry

trailing red-fruited plant

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Numerous studies published during the past decade have shown the beneficial health properties of cranberry phytochemicals and contributed to the growing interest in the North American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon).
The medicinal properties of the American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) have been recognised for centuries.
The researchers found that a cranberry species from Alaska, Vaccinium oxycoccus, is genetically similar enough to the American cranberry to enable interspecies hybridization, producing fertile progeny.
The last commercial cranberry crop on Long Island was harvested in 1975, but you can still find the native American cranberry growing naturally and in the remnants of commercial cranberry bogs.
Holding a traditional place at the holiday table since the Mayflower hit shore, the native American cranberry has come a long way since the first Thanksgiving.
The French government's equivalent to the FDA or food safety authority, AFSSA (Agence Francaise pour la Securite Alimentaire), approved the claim that the North American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) can "help reduce the adhesion of certain E.
A 10ft Mr Tayto will overlook the Tayto Garden - Potato to Packet, which will also include the largest water feature ever to appear at Bloom, the ''Wellbeing Wetlands'' which will represent a typical North American cranberry farm and much more.
The Native Americans were the first to recognize the wide-ranging health benefits of the North American cranberry.
A team of scientists aims to standardize and validate the quantification of PACs found in products made from the North American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon).
Because cranberry juice of high quality had not been commercially available in Germany, it had to be self-produced from imported American cranberry juice concentrate.
Investigators found an attractive cranberry species from Alaska that is genetically similar enough to the American cranberry to produce fertile progeny.
Vaccinum macrocarpon, or American cranberry, is truly an American plant--it is native only to North America.
It will create opportunities for all North American cranberry and grapefruit growers to expand sales into a huge new market at a time when market growth at home is an increasing challenge.
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