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Dried cranberries are easy to find, quick to eat, and extremely versatile. Dried cranberries can be added to warm and cold cereals, salads, yogurt, rice and grain side dishes, meat entrées, casseroles, cottage cheese, sandwiches, home baked cookies, muffins and breads, or enjoyed as a snack. With a perfect blend of tart and sweet flavors, dried cranberries are a good source of dietary fiber – 2.3 grams per serving (40 gram serving) – and have similar sugar content as other dried fruits, like raisins and dried cherries.

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Top Ten Reasons to Love Dried Cranberries

In addition to their tart and tangy taste, there are many reasons to love dried cranberries as part of a health diet. Here are 10 reasons!

Smart and Tart: Ways to Enjoy Dried Cranberries

The smart and tart dried cranberry is a portable, grab-and-go snack that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. 

How Dried Cranberries are Made

There are several popular brands of dried cranberries to choose from, but all dried cranberries begin the same – with real cranberries.