Do you know that cranberry had various names? East Indians knew the berry as “sassamanesh”, while the Pequots of Cape Cod and the Leni-Lenape tribes of South Jersey knew them as “ibimi”, or “sour berry”, and the Algonquins from Wisconsin, “atoqua”. It was not until the Dutch and German settlers named it “crane berry” – the cranberry flower resembles the head and beak of a crane – that the fruit received the name by which we know it today: “cranberry”.
Whats are the benefits of Dried Cranberries?
- Dried cranberries contain lots of antioxidants and vitamins beneficial for your body.
- Apart from weight loss, cranberries serve as the best preventive natural source of urinary tract infection (UTI).
- Including cranberries in your diet may reduce the risk of heart disease due to polyphenols.-Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins, which can be beneficial for your oral health.
- There are minerals in these citrus fruits include phosphorus, copper, iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc.
Ways & When you can snack d'TIME Kindland Dried Cranberries
There is plenty if ways for you to conserve dried cranberries. You can either throw it into you morning breakfast cereal, yogurt or even sandwiches. Dried cranberries can be eaten just like that at anytime everywhere as you watch television, camping, or when you hangout with friends.
Keep Dried Cranberries safe and fresh:
Store unopened dried cranberries in a cool, dry place off the floor not exceeding 20'C. For best quality, once opened, dried cranberries should be used within 6 months if stored 7'C (or keep in fridge). Best storage is at low humidity, so refrigeration is excellent for storage.