How Cranberries Made Their Way From The U.S. To China05:28
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A worker at a bog owned by Carver-based Decas Cranberry Products, Inc., removes vines from a batch of just-harvested berries. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
A worker at a bog owned by Carver-based Decas Cranberry Products, Inc., removes vines from a batch of just-harvested berries. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

There's a glut of cranberries in the U.S. So, a few years ago, cranberry companies went to China to look for new customers.

Last year, China became the biggest U.S. cranberry customer, but the latest trade war has put a squeeze on the industry.

Adrian Ma (@ManyAdrians) of WBUR has the story.

This report was made possible in part by the International Center for Journalists' Bringing Home the World fellowship.

This segment aired on October 8, 2019.

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