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Cranberries

Cranberries are becoming more and more popular every year. Their fresh, slightly tart flavour is the perfect companion to game and turkey. Cranberries are also very healthy. They are packed full of antioxidants, vitamin C and fibre and are very low in calories.



Cranberry




Passport Cranberries


Name Cranberries
Family Ericaceae
Varieties Early Black, Hawes, Searless
Origin North America
Source USA and Canada
Availability from October to January
Packaging Aks for the options
Brand supplier's brand


Storage advice Cranberries


In the store
Before selling, cranberries must be stored in a cool place.

At home
We advise consumers to keep cranberries in the fridge.
Our tip: spread the berries on a plate or dish, to prevent them from getting bruised spots.



Usage tips Cranberries


Cranberry's have a bitter sweet taste and combine very well with, for example, turkey and game. Use cranberries to make a sauce or compote. You can also process cranberries in desserts, cakes and pies.




Ripeness / Freshness Cranberries


Cranberries should be shiny red and firm.




Calendar Cranberries


  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
USA
Canada


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Growing areas Cranberries


Cranberries Growth

Cranberries are produced in Canada and USA from June to August. Then the berries are picked and sorted and shipped by sea container.