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About cranberries

Cranberries are the popular little round red berries that can be prepared for consumption in a great number of ways. Though they often get pushed to stardom during Thanksgiving dinners, cranberries are a highly nutritious fruit that you can enjoy all year long.

Native to North America, cranberries grow in freshwater bogs. You'll find the largest cranberry-growing operations in the northeastern United States, the Pacific Northwest, and Chile. Native Americans were the first people to realize the benefits of eating cranberries and, when European settlers found their way to the Americas, they were quick to hop on board the cranberry train. 

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FAQs About Cranberries

Cranberries are considered a superfood because they offer high levels of nutrients and antioxidants. Studies of cranberries have shown that the fruits contribute to lower risks of urinary tract infections, strengthen immune systems, lower blood pressure, and can aid in the prevention of certain types of cancer. Here are the basic nutritional facts for 100 grams, or one cup, of raw cranberries according to the United States Department of Agriculture:
  • Calories: 46
  • Total fat: 0 grams
  • Cholesterol: 0 grams
  • Sodium: 2 milligrams, 0% of your daily recommended value
  • Total carbohydrates: 12 grams, 4% of daily value
  • Dietary fiber: 4 grams, 14% of daily value
  • Sugars: 4 grams
  • Protein: 1 gram
  • Calcium: 1% of daily value
  • Iron: 1% of daily value
  • Potassium: 2% of daily value

If you purchase a bag of fresh cranberries, you can keep the bag unopened in your refrigerator for around a month. If you open the cranberries' original bag, put any that you're not using into a sealable freezer bag and put them back in the refrigerator. Any cranberries you want to keep but can't get around to eating can be placed in the freezer for up to a year.

Freezing berries is an excellent way to preserve their flavor, though they may be softer when you thaw them. Frozen berries are best used for pureeing or blending for recipes such as smoothies. Be sure to put them in an airtight container unwashed if you decide to freeze your berries.

Absolutely! Whatever reason you want to make cranberry juice, whether you're avoiding processed food products or you just love fresh juice, you may be glad to know that making your own healthy cranberry juice is easy. You'll find plenty of recipes online that call for either fresh or frozen cranberries. If you're trying to cut down on sugar, you can use orange juice to sweeten up your concoction. Cranberry juice is a healthy and tasty drink that's the perfect drink on a hot summer day.

Whether you're stocking up for the holidays or you simply love the flavor that cranberries add to your everyday meals, you can find these super-fruits readily available at grocery stores. If you want to shop for cranberries or other groceries, check out which of your local stores offer Instacart services. Download the Instacart app or visit our website to start shopping for delivery or pick-up! Once you find what you're looking for, Instacart shoppers will head out and collect all your items for you, saving you valuable time that would otherwise be spent at the store.
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