Organic Cranberries 125g
The fruit of the Vaccinium macrocarpon, a member of the heather family, the cranberry is actually a relative of bilberries, blueberries and lingonberries.
Thriving in boggy wetland conditions, cranberries are mainly cultivated in the cooler states of North America and Canada, where it is an especially popular ingredient in home cookery.
Sharp and sour, cranberries are not often eaten raw. Cooked down into a sweet sauce, juiced or dried, however, they make a delicious treat that is highly versatile, at any time of year.
Cranberries, sugar, sunflower oil