Celebrating cranberries: Massachusetts Cranberries provides bog tours and supports local farmers
Massachusetts Cranberries is a veteran- and women-owned cranberry business based in Plymouth, MA. Below, the team shares some details on their business and the importance of supporting local.
Describe your business in 50 words or less.
A cranberry harvest is something unique to see and experience! We offer cranberry bog harvest tours to the public on weekends starting at 10 a.m. from our tour barn in Carver. We bring groups up close to the harvest to see these amazing, floating berries. We also have a mini museum that highlights cranberry history and info for visitors to learn more, plus a store with fresh local berries for sale.
What makes your business unique?
Cranberries are native to Massachusetts and are the state’s number one agricultural food crop. We showcase the history and farming of this powerful berry.
What does your business look like?
We have a mini education barn on an 11-acre cranberry farm in Carver. We also have current and historic farming equipment to showcase on-site.
Why is it important to support businesses like yours?
Our cranberry farmers work hard to bring 23% of the country’s cranberries to market. We encourage visitors to support local farmers and learn about this historic industry in Massachusetts.
Do you want to say anything to your customers or guests?
We welcome all ages to our farm and our bogs. We love to talk about cranberries!