Fresh berries in a bowl or jellied and slid out of a can. If you like cranberries, no matter the form, you might want to stock up for the holidays before the store run out!
What's your favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner? If it's the cranberry sauce, you might have a little less to be thankful for -- because we're headed for a major shortage of the tart little fruit. The New York Post reports that severe drought has hit virtually all of Massachusetts -- which provides most of our cranberry crop. “We’ve had so much dry heat that people’s water is getting all used up. It’s going to be a difficult harvest for a lot of people," says farmer Greenwood Hartley III. "Everybody is really struggling.”