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A series on the unlikely rise -- and unexpected fall -- of the U.S. cranberry market in China.
WBUR's Adrian Ma traveled hundreds of miles just to taste what he thought was a Chinese take on an American classic.
The third of a four-part radio series on the rise and fall of U.S. cranberry sales in China.
The second of a four-part radio series on the rise and fall of U.S. cranberry sales in China.
Fears over a chemical believed to cause cancer in rats ruined cranberry sales in the late 1950s. Ultimately, it forced the industry to innovate.
In just a few years, China went from being a country where cranberries were virtually unknown to being a top buyer of the fruit. Then, the trade war happened.