Raw cranberries have only 4g natural sugars
- Very low in saturated fats, Cholesterol and Sodium
- Cranberries are a good source of Fibre
- 97% of the calorific value comes from carbohydrates, of which 55% is from sugar
September and October
The common or northern cranberry produces a small fruit, while the large or American cranberry (also known as a bearberry), as its name suggests, provides a bigger berry.
Cranberries are related to bilberries, blueberries and huckleberries.
- Whole Dried
- Double Chopped Dried
- Pineapple Juice Infused
- Dark Chocolate Covered
- Yoghurt Covered
Famously, cranberry beds are flooded for ease of harvesting, but cranberries destined for sale as fresh may be harvested by hand, as they are less likely to be bruised.
Fresh cranberries can be frozen for up to three months, and added into recipes without pre-thawing.