Bulk Dried Cranberries
$26 – $72Dimensions: N/A
5% OFF 100 Pounds or more & 10% OFF 200 Pounds or more
Ingredients: Cranberries, Cane Sugar, And Sunflower Oil.
Our bulk dried cranberries are plump, luscious, just the right amount of tart, and sweet. It can be difficult to find a dried cranberry without sugar and oil added. In particular, it is by adding these two ingredients that the dried cranberries stay tasting fresh for so long.
It was the first European settlers in the New World of the Americas that gave cranberries the name they have today. They arrived and observed that the cranberry bush’s foliage bore a resemblance to a crane. Historically, Native Americans were the first peoples to use cranberries as a food. Significantly, they also used the red berries as dye and as medicine.
The first person, recorded in written history, to cultivate and farm cranberries was Henry Hall in 1816. Specifically, he was a veteran of the American Revolutionary War.
Dried cranberries find recognition for their sweetly tart flavor. Hence, they also have the title ‘craisins’ in some English speaking circles. They are a healthy addition to oatmeal and other hot cereals. Commonly, you could also find them used in muffins and cakes. Definitely, cranberries are also consumed by the handful as a light and healthy snack. Our customers have been using these cranberries over their most popular salads.
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Recommendations For Storing Bulk Dried Cranberries
We recommend storing our bulk dried cranberries in a cool dark place, in your pantry or in your refrigerator. Stored this way in an airtight container, they will stay fresh for up to a year. Stored in your freezer, frozen Dried Cranberries will stay fresh for between a year and 18 months.
Our dried cranberries contain significant levels of antioxidants. These are natural ingredients which are thought to help protect against cancer, heart problems, and other diseases. In addition, the cranberry also contains proanthocyanidins. An aid in preventing certain types of bacteria, such as E. Coli, from adhering to the wall of the urinary tract. Comparatively, to the other dried fruits we provide, dried cranberries also provide much needed dietary fibers.