Annie's Crannies
Welcome to Annie's Crannies

Thank you for visiting our site!  I hope you enjoy the informative history pages and checking out the fall
foliage and the signs are up, come on by and view life on our bog in Dennis, Mass.  We might just put you to
work cleaning your own berries on our antique screening equipment.  See how we turn the bees’ kiss of the
cranberry blossoms into spun honey and beeswax candles.  
Click here or the picture to the right to purchase
Annie's Crannies Gift Boxes, fresh cranberries, and to see our full line of products we sell at our gift shop.
Annie's Crannies Gift Box
Gift Shop

Our gift shop is open during the harvest season, October through mid-November.  Our inventory of fresh fruit
is limited so check this website for an update of our harvest schedule and come early.  Although fresh fruit is
our staple product, it is the Bogside Honey, Beeswax Candles, Jams, Cranberry Recipes, Soaps and Annies'
Crannies Gift Boxes that makes our gift shop unique.  All our products are made, packaged, and shipped
right from our bogside barn.
Gift Stand
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Located in historic Dennis,
Cape Cod MA birthplace of
the cultivated cranberry!
Annie's Crannies on America's Heartland!

Select the following link to see us featured in the America's Heartland Thanksgiving Webisode on cranberry farming (5 minutes) of 2013. Or view
the full 24 minute
Thanksgiving Special Webisode on family farming in America.
Web Orders Now Available!

Website orders are now being taken. Keep in mind that if your order includes fresh cranberries,
the order won't be filled until we harvest the berries.

The farm stand will be open weekends starting October 7th (Columbus Day weekend) through November 5th.  I am looking forward
to seeing you in the fall.  In the meantime, enjoy the rest
of the nice weather.

Thanks again for helping us celebrate the bicentennial of the cultivated cranberry last season at its origin in Dennis, Cape Cod,
1816 - 2016, 200 years

Also in the news;
Featured farmer in Cape Cod Edible Magazine
Featured grower in the Cape Code Cranberry Growers
For more on the Bicentennial, see the History page.