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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the world, at Ceres we are taking proactive steps grounded in science to protect the safety of our products, our employees, their families and support our communities around the country. As one of South Africa’s largest manufacturers of food and beverages, we are considered a provider of essential goods. We will thus maintain our production capacity & distribution network globally, during the lockdown period as prescribed by the South African Government. We will continue to work hard so that you continue to enjoy your favourite Ceres Juices during this challenging period. Please keep safe.

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Tongue-tingling, ruby red cranberries - a real superfood! These bitter-sweet berries make for a delicious juice alone or with some fruity friends. They’re also deservedly popular as a sauce and with cheese.

Fun Facts
Cranberries get their name from Dutch and German settlers, who called it “crane berry.” When the vines of cranberries bloom, their flowers have light pink petals which twist back. This resembles a head and bill of a crane. Over time, the name was shortened to cranberry.
Cranberries have small pockets where air seeps into that allows them to float.
The most widely-known use of flooding in cranberry cultivation is for harvesting. Approximately 90 percent of the crop is harvested this way
Cranberries are approximately 90% water.
America's first sailors learned to eat cranberries before long voyages. They believed the berries provided protection from scurvy.
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