HEALTHY DIET: Dietary fibre, no gluten, no GMO, trans fat free, cholesterol free.
REAL DRIED FRUIT: Good for an active lifestyle. No fat & low calories, sodium-free, ideal for weight watchers.
RICH IN NUTRITION: Dried cranberries are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin c which improves our immune system.
HOW TO EAT: Cranberries are a great healthy snack for kids and adults. Snack on them when you get sweet cravings. Add to salads, smoothies, yogurt, oats. Bake with them. Make muffins, cookies, cakes, bread with cranberries. Store in a cool, dry place in an airtight container and preferably refrigerate.
Q1. Which cranberry is best?
Ans. There are several varieties of cranberries, and the "best" one may depend on personal preference or the intended use. Some popular varieties include Early Black, Howes, and Stevens.
Q2. Can I eat cranberries every day?
Ans. Yes, in moderation, cranberries can be a healthy addition to your daily diet. They are rich in antioxidants and have various health benefits. However, it's essential to be mindful of added sugars in products like cranberry juices or dried cranberries.
Q3. What is cranberry used to treat?
Ans. Cranberries are often used to prevent and treat urinary tract infections (UTIs) due to their ability to inhibit the adhesion of bacteria to the urinary tract lining. They may also have potential benefits for heart health and reducing the risk of certain cancers.
Q4. Why is cranberry expensive?
Ans. Several factors contribute to the cost of cranberries. The cultivation of cranberries requires specific conditions, such as acidic soil and water. Additionally, the harvesting process, which often involves flooding fields and using specialized equipment, can be labor-intensive. The limited growing regions and the perishable nature of fresh cranberries can also affect their price.
Q5. What do cranberries taste like?
Ans. Fresh cranberries have a tart and slightly bitter taste. When sweetened, as in many cranberry products, the flavor becomes a balance of sweetness and tartness. The taste can vary depending on the specific variety of cranberry and how it's prepared or processed.