Dried Cranberries

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Nutritional Benefits: 

Delicious nutrition

Earthbound Farm Organic Dried Cranberries contain 10 vitamins and minerals and are packed with health promoting and protecting antioxidants. In fact, cranberries have the highest amount of antioxidants among all common fruits studied by the US Department of Agriculture

The compounds found in cranberries are best known for protecting against urinary tract infections. Ongoing research continues to link eating cranberries with other potential health benefits.

This dried fruit is also concentrated with energy — try a handful for that needed afternoon or pre-workout boost! 

Why choose organic cranberries?

Most conventional dried fruits are fumigated with synthetic chemicals to retard spoilage. So choosing organic dried cranberries makes good sense — especially for children, whose growing bodies are so much more susceptible to environmental chemical exposures than adults’.

At Earthbound Farm, our cranberries are grown and dried without toxic synthetic chemicals, using sustainable methods that protect the environment and help keep pesticides out of our soil, air, water and food supply. Organic food is the healthiest choice for people and the planet — and we think organic dried cranberries taste better, too!

WhatsOnMyFood.org from the Pesticide Action Network shows you searchable results for cranberries and a wide range of other organic and conventional foods. It’s an easy-to-use and empowering tool for learning about pesticide residues and their health effects for all of us.

Dried Cranberries Nutrition Facts
Nutrition Facts: 
Nutrition FactFact Amount
Serving Size
1/3 cup (40 g)
Calories
123
Protein
0 g
Total Fat
1 g
Carbohydrates
33 g
Fiber
2 g
ORAC Score (antioxidant rating)
9090/100 g
Vitamins & Minerals % Daily Value
Category Nutrients: 
NutrientNutrient Amount
Fiber
9%
Manganese
5%
Copper
2%
Niacin (vitamin B3)
2%
Vitamin E
2%
Vitamin K
2%
Iron
1%
Magnesium
1%
Pantothenic Acid
1%
Vitamin B6
1%
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