A surplus of Wisconsin's cranberries are expected to be bought by the federal government
A surplus of cranberries in Wisconsin is expected to be reduced by a large purchase from the federal government.
The USDA is buying 18-million-dollars worth of cranberries nationally for food assistance programs. And Wisconsin will get a big chunk of that business, since the Badger State produces about 60-percent of the nation's total crop.
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