is a dark yellow to greenish oil with a gentle-nutty scent. The name cranberry has its origin in its beak shaped and slim blossom that reminds of a crane head. The German cowberry is a relative to the cranberry. The plant belongs to the family of Ericaceae, an evergreen dwarf shrub, that is domiciled in North America and Canada. The berries are red, cherry-sized fruits with four air chambers, with its kernels inside. It blossoms in june. The harvest is from september to october. There are two kinds of harvesting: Frist option: The fields get flooded. The fruits float due to their air chambers on the top of the water and get skimmed off. Second option: The berries get picked and collected by a machine. After both options the kernsels get pressed.