The Secrets Behind Growing, Floating, And Harvesting Billions Of Cranberries Every Year — Dan Does

On this episode of ‘Dan Does,’ host Daniel Geneen heads to New England to visit Keith Mann’s cranberry farm to learn about the tricks and gear behind Ocean Spray’s harvesting operation.

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Host/Producer: Daniel Geneen
Directors: Daniel Geneen, Murilo Ferreira
Camera: Murilo Ferreira, Connor Reid
Editor: Christian Moreno

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: Ian Stroud
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Associate Producer: Julia Hess
Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal
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18 Replies to “The Secrets Behind Growing, Floating, And Harvesting Billions Of Cranberries Every Year — Dan Does”

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  2. crazy how the field looks empty, then boom. That is a crazy amount of cranberry's in that little area.

  3. ah cranberries, days spent agonising over a uti only to realise i needed cranberry juice to help me through it without antibiotics, oof

  4. Haha I always wondered if those pools of water, that they stand in, were real like in the commercials.

  5. So cool to learn this. I love to eat Ocean Spray whole berry cranberry sauce year round. I just get a craving for it! Chilled in the fridge, straight from the can, yum. It's not only for Thanksgiving. Bless these farmers for their hard work and a bountiful harvest.

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