For example across Europe, it is slightly sour-tasting, while in North America it is typically more heavily sweetened.
There are also jellied and non-jellied variants, with the version without jelly acting as more of a sauce.
For those not having turkey, cranberry sauce also goes well with pork, chicken and ham.
And the ultimate treat after a big meal is the next day having the leftover meat in a sandwich with cranberry sauce and stuffing.
If you want to have a go at making cranberry sauce yourself, below is an easy recipe.