Similarly to raisins and affiliated ones, cranberries emerge from a dehydrating process. While these have fewer nutrients than fresh cranberries, they still have vitamin A and vitamin C. They are soft and juicy as a result of being infused with organic apple juice.
Cranberries have bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties, which makes them an excellent therapeutic and prophylactic agent against many diseases.
Nevertheless, given the levels of sugar, these should be eaten as part of a balanced diet.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Canada
INGREDIENTS: Cranberries, apple juice concentrate, sunflower oil <0.5%
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight
Energy (kcal) 319
Protein (g) 1.4
Fat (g) 0.3
incl. saturates (g) 0.1
Carbs (g) 81
incl. sugars (g) 62.2
Fibre (g) 5.1
Salt (g) 0.2
HOW TO ENJOY
Great by itself as a snack, it is also widely used in various recipes from savoury plates and salads to delicious breakfast bowls and tea time scones.
Dried cranberries are used to decorate desserts, ice cream, cakes, and various pastries.
They serve as basis for sauces and mousses, which are served with poultry and fish dishes. These berries will add a piquant aftertaste to pilaf, cream cheese, baked chicken, pork steak. They can added to casseroles, muesli, vegetable stews, cereals.
Cranberries goes well with nuts, cottage cheese, dried fruits and various spices.