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Dried Unsweetened Cranberry 200g
Origin: USA ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

โ‚น 295.00 โ‚น 266.00
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Berry   Dried berries   Gluten free   Kids health   No added sugar   Unsweetened   Vegan   Whole   Zero oil

With no fat and low calories, these dried cranberries are fully natural and sweet, with no added preservatives or artificial sugars or flavors. Loaded with dietary fibers, these dried cranberries are ideal for the ones looking to shed some extra inches around that jiggling bellies. The dried cranberries are a...

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Dried Unsweetened Cranberry 200g <br> Origin: USA ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ - BoYo

Dried Unsweetened Cranberry 200g
Origin: USA ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

With no fat and low calories, these dried cranberries are fully natural and sweet, with no added preservatives or artificial sugars or flavors. Loaded with dietary fibers, these dried cranberries are ideal for the ones looking to shed some extra inches around that jiggling bellies.

The dried cranberries are a natural immunity booster, since they are enriched with antioxidants and vitamin C, that helps the immune system buildup.

Bake, top, or add these to those smoothies and shakes. Stuff in your muffins and cakes with these, and enjoy the delectable taste, that comes with the healthily enriched cranberries.

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Apart from solo snacking, you can use these high-quality berries in your yummy cheese cakes, muffins, tarts, salads, yogurt, milk shakes, smoothies, trail mix, oatmeal, granola and most importantly โ€“ in your fruit cups.
Does it contain added sugar?
No, there is no added sugar.
Why Sugar Content is 38g on the Nutrition facts table?
This is the natural sugar content of berries and there is no added sugar.

Berry History

Whether you know them for their juice that looks deceptively like wine or the anti-oxidants they are loaded with, Cranberries are the sweet, tart treat you need to make your day better.

Originally used as food and as a dye by the Narrangansett people of the Algonquian nation in the New England region in North America, they were introduced to British colonisers in Massachusetts in the 16th century. Travelling to Europe with them, cranberries became a regular feature in cookbooks and came to India with the British.

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