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Cranberry pride

Posted by Yoon S. Byun  February 18, 2010 02:59 AM

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RICHMOND, British Columbia -- Richmond growers provide 13 million cranberries to an Olympic art display. (Video by Yoon S. Byun, Globe Staff)

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Stephen Stefanou, a designer known for his prominent and large artistic displays, worked with more than 60 family-owned Richmond farms to create a rendition of the Canadian Olympic Committee's logo made from 13 million cranberries. The majority of the participating farms belong to the Ocean Spray Cooperative, which has its headquarters in Lakeville-Middleboro, Massachusetts. Stefanou's installation is a part of the Richmond Revealed program, a series of events and public art displays.

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