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, Soaps, Cranberry Recipes, and Annies' Crannies Gift
Boxes that makes our gift shop unique.  I hope you agree.

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are many more products sold in the gift
but you'll have to stop by for those.
Small Knotty Pine Gift Box (GB2)
Gift Boxes
Small Variety Pack (VPS)
Small Variety Pack
Medium Variety Pack (VPM)
Medium Variety Pack
Bogside Honey (B8,B16)
Bogside Honey
Hand Dipped Beeswax Candles (BCHD)
Hand Dipped
Votive Beeswax Candle in glass holder (BCVG)
Votive Candles
Floating Beeswax Candles (BCF)
Floating Candles
Sea Shell Beeswax Candle (BCSx)
Sea Shell Candles
Pillar Candles (BCP)
Pillar Candles
Soaps of various types (Sxx)
Gift Soaps
Note Cards (NC1 & NC6)
Note Cards
Fresh Cranberries (FC)
Fresh Cranberries
Cranberry Recipes Booklet (CRB)
Recipes Book
Annie's Jams, Jellies & Marmalades (AJxx)
Embroidered Baseball Cap (EH1)
Baseball Cap
Embroidered Long Sleeve Tee Shirt (ET1)
Long Sleeve Tee
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Annie's Crannies Logo
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Located in historic Dennis,
Cape Cod MA birthplace of
the cultivated cranberry!
Annies Crannies Quality

Excluding the novelties, all of our products are by products of the farm handmade, packaged, and shipped right from our bogside barn.  I
care for 40-50 hives and in turn the bees allow me some of their “extra” honey and wax to make my goodies. Yes, this includes the jams
which I make one batch (6-8 jars) at a time, after picking the blueberries and raspberries.  

Annies Crannies is a USDA GAP certified and IPM farm. GAP stands for Good Agricultural Practices and IPM stands for Integrated Pest
Management. Under the USDA program I take steps to assure the safest food farm practices. IPM growers believe we share this land with
animals and insects and everyone deserves a fair share. I let weeds reach pollination stage for the bees and beneficial insects to have a
food source, and then hand weed (hopefully) before it goes to seed.
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