Cranberry expert creates less-tart version

Jonathan D. Smith, who holds a Ph.D. in cranberry-plant physiology, has found a way to remove 75% of the berry's acidity, creating an all-natural cranberry that is much less tart. His Berry Bit cranberries can be eaten out of hand and used in recipes and salads without copious additions of sugar.

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