Do cranberries have seeds in them?

Gardens & Landscapes July 31, 2009 Print Friendly and PDF
Yes. The seeds are very small but visible within the four large air pockets of cranberries. They can be removed by slicing the berries in half and flushing with water. The seeds often present problems for people with diverticulitis or other gastrointestinal problems.

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