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Tart and tangy cranberries, often used in sauces, baking, and as a healthy snack.

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Cranberries are small, tart, red berries that are native to North America. These fruits are highly esteemed for their vibrant color, tangy flavor, and numerous health benefits. They are often used in various culinary creations, from juices and sauces to baked goods and salads. With their high levels of vitamin C and antioxidants, cranberries are renowned for their potential to boost immune function and promote overall well-being. 

Cultivated in acidic bogs and marshes, these perennial evergreen shrubs are harvested in the fall, typically from September to November. Besides their culinary uses, cranberries are also utilized in traditional medicine for their believed urinary tract health benefits. Whether consumed fresh, dried, or in juice form, cranberries continue to be a popular and versatile ingredient, known for their distinctively tangy and refreshing taste.

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Avg. Shelf Life from Harvest

1 — 2 weeks


Cranberries, a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs, are renowned for their tart and vibrant red berries. They belong to the genus Vaccinium and are part of the Ericaceae family, commonly found in acidic bogs throughout the cooler regions of the Northern Hemisphere. With a diverse array of species, including the Vaccinium macrocarpon, Vaccinium oxycoccos, and Vaccinium erythrocarpum, cranberries exhibit various growth habits and produce fruits with nuanced flavors. These versatile fruits boast a unique blend of sweet and sour taste profiles, lending themselves to a multitude of culinary applications, including sauces, juices, and baked goods. They are also celebrated for their numerous health benefits, containing high levels of antioxidants and nutrients that support urinary tract health and immune system function.

Cultural Significance

The cranberry holds significant cultural value in various regions, particularly in North America. Native American communities, such as the Algonquian tribes, have long revered the cranberry as a symbol of peace, health, and unity, using it in ceremonies and traditional medicine.





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Storage Instructions

Store in cool, dry place




100 pkt

Nutrition Facts




10 gm


1 gm

Serving Size

100 gm


5 gm


5 gm

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