A Cranberry Story
Why our cranberries are naturally the best
Cranberry, also known as "the little red fruit", originates from the word "Crane", since cranberry flowers resemble the crane's head and mouth. It is a red berry that grows on dwarf vines, growing in the frigid North American wetlands and is the rarest fruit of the world. Cranberries are only suitable for planting in the cold with high acid soil, to be cultivated after 3 to 5 years, growing into a nutritious red fruit.
Centuries of health benefits.
A highly recognized source of anti-oxidants.
Cranberry is one of the fruits with the highest antioxidant content. Antioxidants protect cells from free radicals that promote aging. Premature skin aging and cancer, heart disease and other diseases can be attributed to the damage caused by free radicals.
- Protects the cardiovascular system Cranberry has many positive effects on the heart and blood vessels. Cranberry contains flavonol glycosides, can prevent arteriosclerosis, arteriosclerosis is the main cause of heart disease. Cranberry has a positive effect on cholesterol levels and can prevent arteries from being narrowed by the effects of certain enzymes, thereby promoting blood circulation.
- Helps maintain bladder wall integrity and maintains normal urinary tract pH. Numerous studies have confirmed that cranberry can cure urinary tract infections. Cornell University study found that cranberry can inhibit the proliferation of breast cancer cells. A study published in the England Journal of Nutrition also found that cranberry can improve the symptoms of prostate cancer.
The Final Result
After an extraordinary amount of hard work and processing, whole-dried quality cranberries are ready for consumers to enjoy on a daily basis. They can be eaten by itself as a snack or as an added extra to desserts of all kinds - from drinks to cakes and much more.