This item is currently on backorder but you can still purchase it now and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Priced per 100g, so if the quantity ordered is 2=200g.
Cranberries, sugar, sunflower oil.
Dried Cranberries are a quick and easy snack. They can be used as a tasty addition to trail mix, quick breads, muffins, desserts, sauces, salsa, and salads. You can sprinkle dried cranberries over cold or cooked cereals. They can also be cooked in cereal. They are a delicious addition to chopped chicken or turkey salads.
For best quality, cranberries should be used within 12 months and stored below 65°F (18 months if stored below 45°F). Best storage is at low humidity, so refrigeration is excellent for storage.
Points of Interest:
Cranberries are actually one of the most unique fruits in the world. In fact, it's only one of three fruits that are native to North America. They are a wild fruit that grows on long-running vines in sandy bogs and marshes. It was Native Americans who first took advantage of cranberries. They mixed deer meat and mashed cranberries to make pemmican-survival food. They also believed in the medicinal value of cranberries-long before science discovered cranberry's health benefits! Medicine men would use cranberries in poultices to draw poison from arrow wounds. They also used the rich red juice of the cranberry as a natural dye for rugs, blankets and clothing. Legend has it that the Pilgrims served cranberries at the first Thanksgiving. The tradition still continues today.