Storage and shelf life
Cranberries can be stored in the refrigerator up to three (3) months if they are kept in an airtight, sealed container. Left in the open air, at room temperature, cranberries quickly lose their freshness.
Shipping and delivery
The product is available for delivery and pick up from our store in de Pijp.
The product is delivered in recycled paper bags.
Nutritional Value per 100 g
Energy 277 Kcal
Protein (g) 0.2
Fat (g) 1.6 (Saturated: 0.1)
Carbohydrates (g) 62 (Sugars: 56)
Dietary fiber (g) 6
Salt (g) 0.12
Allergens: No known allergens
How to use
Trail Mix: Create your own custom trail mix by combining dried cranberries with nuts, seeds, and other dried fruits. It's a perfect on-the-go snack for hiking or as a pick-me-up during the day.
Salads: Add a pop of color and sweetness to your salads by tossing in some dried cranberries. They pair well with greens, nuts, and cheese, and provide a delightful burst of flavor.
Baked Goods: Incorporate dried cranberries into your baked goods like cookies, muffins, or bread. They add a chewy texture and tangy sweetness to your treats.
Oatmeal or Cereal Topping: Sprinkle dried cranberries over your morning oatmeal or cereal to enhance the flavor and provide a burst of fruity goodness.
Stuffings and Rice Dishes: Use dried cranberries to add a festive touch to stuffings, rice pilafs, or couscous. They complement savory flavors and add a touch of sweetness.
Granola (Bars) or Energy Balls: Mix dried cranberries into homemade granola bars or energy balls for a nutritious and delicious snack.
Sauce or Compote: Simmer dried cranberries with water, sugar, and spices to make a cranberry sauce or compote. It pairs well with roasted meats, pancakes, or desserts.
Smoothies: Blend dried cranberries into your smoothies for a tangy and antioxidant-rich addition. They pair well with other fruits like berries, bananas, or citrus.