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Dried Unsweetened Cranberry 200g (24 Unit)

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1 qty = 24 units   Wholesome

HEALTHY DIET: Dietary Fiber, No Gluten, No GMO, Zero Transfat, Zero Cholesterol 100% 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...

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Dried Unsweetened Cranberry 200g (24 Unit)

HEALTHY DIET: Dietary Fiber, No Gluten, No GMO, Zero Transfat, Zero Cholesterol 100% 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

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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 – 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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