From now on, the Cranberry Valley will not be able to accommodate customers and visitors to the fields for security purposes required by insurers in the area of civil liability. The products are still available at the shop, so if you plan on making purchases you will need cash and we do not have an Interac machine on the premises.
Also, from October 5 to October 8 2018 there will be the cranberries Festival which is affiliated with the Cultural Association of the village of Kazabazua. Crafts, music, burger and hot dogs will be at the appointment and between 10 and 17 hours. For music and food will be available all the Thanksgiving weekend. Hope to meet you!
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Recipes

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We offer free recipes on our website made from our great cranberries harvested here at The Cranberries Valley.

Unfortunately, our recipes are only available in french at this time. Click here to see our available recipes in french.

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Our Products

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The Cranberries Valley offer a wide variety of products like fresh cranberries, frozen and dried cranberries in maple syrup or chocolate, pure concentrated cranberry juice, home-made food and various processed products like candles, body creams, soap, wine vinegars, etc.

Unfortunately our products description his only available in french at this time. Click here to see our french products descriptions.

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What is a cranberry ?

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The ever more popular cranberry is a small red fruit, a berry, with a somewhat acidic taste. It grows in a dwarf shrub of the same name with trailing vines.

What products do we offer ?

  • Fresh cranberry (in season)
  • Frozen and dried cranberries in maple syrup or chocolate
  • Pure concentrated cranberry juice
  • Home-made jams
  • Various Processed products like candles, body creams, soap, wine vinegars, etc.
A Cranberry
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The Harvest in 5 Steps

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Cranberries are grown in rectangular fields surrounded by 5-foot (1,5 m) high dikes.

Here is how they are harvested :

  1. The fields are flooded until the water rises about 1.5 foot (0,5 m) above the plans.
  2. Mechanical threshers stir the water and the plants to separate the fruit from the plant; the berries then float on the water's surface.
  3. Employees enter the flooded basins wearing special pants; they push the cranberries to one end of the basin where a pump is located.
  4. The cranberries are pumped to a small collector station to be cleaned and then loaded onto a truck.
  5. Once the truck is full, it leaves for Quebec city where the cranberries are processed into juice or dried fruit.
  • Fields of cranberries
  • Our flooded fields
  • Mechanical threshers stir the water
  • Employees enter the flooded basins
  • The cranberries beign pumped and washed
  • Final Product
  • Our fields of cranberries are located in the Outaouais region.
  • The fields are flooded until the water rises about 1.5 foot (0,5 m) above the plans.
  • Mechanical threshers stir the water and the plants to separate the fruit from the plant; the berries then float on the water's surface.
  • Employees enter the flooded basins wearing special pants; they push the cranberries to one end of the basin where a pump is located.
  • The cranberries are pumped to a small collector station to be cleaned and then loaded onto a truck.
  • Once the truck is full, it leaves for Quebec city where the cranberries are processed into juice or dried fruit.
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Who are we ?

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The Cranberries Valley is a family-run company establish in 1998.

With its 66 acres of cultivated land, it is the only cranberry marsh in the Outaouais region. Its mission is to offer a wide variety of cranberry products while providing information to consumers about growing and harvesting cranberries and their health benefits.

Did you know that... Contrary to popular belief, cranberries grow in the open air. Only their commercial harvest is dont in water.