Cranberries are a good source of a few vitamins and minerals — and exceptionally rich in several unique plant compounds. Some of these compounds may help prevent UTIs, stomach cancer, and heart disease. They can act as a direct replacement for raisins or any dried fruit. Because dried cranberries are dried fruit, spoilage is less of a concern than for fresh fruit.
Dried cranberries have the highest content of antioxidants among dry fruits, it is called the goldmine of antioxidants. Use them to make cranberry sauce, healthy salad, decadent cookies, or muffins. Our cranberries are juicy, delicious, and loaded with ‘natural goodness’
Nearly half of the dried fruits sold are raisins, followed by dates, prunes, figs, apricots, peaches, apples, and pears.
Dried fruits retain most of the nutritional value of fresh fruits. The specific nutrient content of the different dried fruits reflects their fresh counterpart and the processing method.
Many people consider cranberries to be a superfood due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content.
In fact, research has linked the nutrients in cranberries to a lower risk of urinary tract infection (UTI), the prevention of certain types of cancer, improved immune function, and decreased blood pressure.