Canada’s blueberries are commercially grown in both wild and cultivated varieties, making them unique, as no other Canadian fruit shares this distinction.

British Columbia is currently the second largest producer of cranberries in Canada. Cranberries are
B.C.’s largest berry crop, with 82 million pounds of fruit produced in 2009, valued at $47 million at the farm
gate. This accounts for up to approximately 12 percent of cranberry production in North America.