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Nov.25 — Cranberries are a staple of our Thanksgiving dinner spread. These crimson, tart berries thrive in predictably cold winters–but with climate change giving rise to warmer and erratic weather patterns, cranberries and the farmers who nurture them are finding it harder to thrive. Brian Wick is the executive director of the Massachusetts Cranberry Growers’ Association and he joined Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn and BNN’s Amanda Lang with more insight into the industry.

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