Our cranberries are a deliciously sweet, slightly tart dried fruit that are especially great in combination with almonds, cashews or macadamias. The can replace other dried fruit in cooking and are ideal for use in homemade snacks such as muesli bars.
Health Benefits of Cranberries
Cranberries are well-known for their role in kidney and urinary health due to the very powerful anti-oxidants they contain and studies show that these same molecules can help to reduce the risk of stomach ulcers. Cranberries are also a great source of fibre, manganese and vitamin C as well as other potent anti-oxidants that have showed anti-inflammatory and strong health promoting abilities. During the drying process however, some of the anti-oxidant levels are reduced.
How to use Cranberries
Cranberries are an excellent dried fruit option for homemade muesli bars, muffins, slices and energy balls and a great choice for school lunch boxes. Dried cranberries taste great in dessert recipes and sprinkled onto porridge and muesli. They can also be used in savoury dishes such as salads or try mixing cranberries with pumpkin, cooked quinoa and pumpkin seeds to eat with an open baked potato, served with your favourite steamed or baked vegetables on simply on toast for breakfast.
Country of Origin
Product of USA
Dried cranberries contain trace amounts of anti-oxidants such as vitamin C as well as being a good source of fibre. Dried cranberries can also assist in treating urinary tract infections.
|Nutritional Information – Dried Cranberries|
|Fat, Total (g)||0.6|
|– Fat, Saturated (g)||<0.1|
|Carbohydrate, Total (g)||80.5|
|Dietary Fibre (g)||7.9|
*All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only. Affordable Wholefoods is not liable for any discrepancy.
Cranberries, sugar, sunflower oil.
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