Cranberry comes from North America and is a tiny purple fruit that for many centuries before the first settlers settled in America, the Indians considered it valuable for its nutritional and therapeutic value.
It is very rich in vitamin C, E, B6, antioxidants phytochemicals, potassium and iron.
No sugar has been added to preserve them and the whole process has been done osmotically. This results in the preservation of nutrients and flavor as well as longer shelf life of the product.
- They fight urinary tract infections by acting as antiseptics and bactericides.
- They have antioxidant properties and anti-cancer action.
- They protect against caries and periodontal problems.
- They contribute to the proper functioning of the heart and cardiovascular system.
- Contribute to prostate health.
- They help maintain body weight at normal levels.
How to use: They can be eaten raw as a snack or in yogurt, cereals, smoothies, oat flakes, desserts, lettuce salads, arugula and spinach.