Often associated with holiday seasons in western countries, cranberries are often processed into sauces or mixed into seasonal dishes as well as being used as a juice.

With a relatively average nutritional profile, most of the potential health benefits from cranberry consumption may come from their phytonutrients, including: proanthocyanidins, flavonols and quercetin. These chemicals are still in the process of being studied. Cranberries have been understood to help clear UTIs, but this is also still under scientific investigation.

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Water87.32 g
Energy46 kcal
2 %
Protein0.46 g
Fats0.13 g
Carbs11.97 g
Fiber3.6 g
Sugars4.27 g
Calcium8 mg
1 %
Iron0.23 mg
2 %
Magnesium6 mg
2 %
Phosphorus11 mg
1 %
Potassium80 mg
2 %
Sodium2 mg
Zinc0.09 mg
1 %
Copper0.056 mg
6 %
Manganese0.267 mg
17 %
Selenium0.1 µg
Vit C14 mg
22 %
Thiamin0.012 mg
1 %
Riboflavin0.02 mg
2 %
Niacin0.101 mg
1 %
Vit B60.057 mg
5 %
Folate1 µg
Vit B120 µg
Vit A3 µg
Vit E1.32 mg
9 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K5 µg
7 %
Sat Fat0.008 g
Mono Fat0.018 g
Poly Fat0.055 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg