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Red ripe local wonder


Pure. Organic. Unsweetened. Starvation Alley Farms’ cranberry juice stands out in a nation where treacly-sweet cranberry cocktail remains the norm. Better bars and lounges throughout the Northwest delight in shaking up cocktails with the startlingly vibrant juice, pressed from berries grown along Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula (popsicle mavens Seattle Pops even use the juice in one of their popular creations). Make a kid-friendly Thanksgiving mocktail at home by mixing the juice (rich in antioxidants and vitamin C) with sparkling water and oranges. Find it in glass bottles at the University District and Ballard farmers markets and at specialty market Marx Foods, all in Seattle. starvationalley.com

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