Attorney’s innovations made cranberries big

By FRAN GINN,

Thanksgiving dinner without some form of cranberry side dish is practically un-American. Because cranberries are grown in almost the same location as the site of the very first Thanksgiving feast, it seems logical that the tart red fruit has been around since the Pilgrims and Indians first celebrated.

 
 
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