USDA to help cranberry growers cope with sudden surplus

05/7/2013 | Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Wis.)

The Agriculture Department will spend $5 million to buy about 200,000 gallons of cranberry juice concentrate, the equivalent of 120,000 to 130,000 barrels of berries, for nutrition assistance programs. The buy will be a boon to U.S. growers as waning juice sales and a bumper crop in Canada fueled a worldwide surplus.

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