Organic Dried Cranberries

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Cranberries grow on the Oxycoccus – an evergreen group of trailing vines that thrives in cooler regions of the Northern hemisphere. They boast a deep red colour and contain an...

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Cranberries grow on the Oxycoccus – an evergreen group of trailing vines that thrives in cooler regions of the Northern hemisphere. They boast a deep red colour and contain an impressive selection of valuable nutrients, including fibre, vitamins, minerals, phenolic acid, flavonoids, anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins.

These delicious dried cranberries have been soaked in organic apple juice concentrate and organic sunflower oil (< 1%), and then dried at low temperatures in order to retain an optimum moisture balance, leaving them bursting with fruity flavour. 

 

Dried Cranberries Benefits

    • Dried cranberries are bursting with fruity flavour.
    • Dried cranberries make a delicious, yet sensible snack between meals.
    • Dried cranberries contain fibre.
    • Dried cranberries contain a selection of vitamins and minerals.
    • Dried cranberries also contain phenolic acid, flavonoids, anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins.
    • Our dried cranberries are certified organic by "Organic Farmers & Growers".
    • Our dried cranberries have been dried at low temperatures in order to retain an optimum moisture balance.
    • Our dried cranberries are suitable for those following a vegetarian, vegan or raw food diet

    How To Use Dried Cranberries

    Enjoy dried cranberries straight from the bag as a sensible snack between meals. Try using cranberries as a colourful topping for breakfast cereals and desserts, or as an delicious complimentary to chocolate in raw chocolate recipes

    Dried Cranberries Facts

      • The native Indians of North America have enjoyed dried cranberries for centuries and believe that they possess special wound-healing properties.
      • Dried cranberries are known as ‘bear berries’ in the US, because the fruit is such a favourite with wild bears.
      • Dried cranberries are known as ‘moss berries’ in Canada.
      • Cranberries are used to make cranberry sauce - a traditional accompaniment to turkey at Thanksgiving dinners in the US and Christmas dinners in the UK.
      • Cranberries are harvested in the fall when the fruit takes on its trademark deep red colour.

      Dried Cranberries Summary 

      Packaging

      Berries in a bag

      Land and continent of origin

      Canada, North America

      Type product

      Dried fruit

      Allergy information

      Do not buy sweetened cranberries if you have an allergy to cranberries. Always read the enclosed product information before you eat sweetened cranberries. Packaged in an area where nuts are processed.

      Suggested usage

      Snacks, breakfast cereals, desserts, raw chocolate, raw cakes, trail mix.

      Recommended Dosage

      1 serving is equivalent to 20 grams of sweetened cranberries

      Known side effects

      Consult your GP before you decide to order sweetened cranberries, particularly if you have high blood sugar levels, or suffer from diabetes or kidney stones. It is not advisable to eat more than 1 serving of sweetened cranberries per day, as in rare cases this may lead to mild diarrhoea or abdominal pain.

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