£2.55£2.55 per 100g
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for more than 1 month.
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|Energy||1436 kJ/339 kcal|
|of which saturates||0.2g|
|of which sugars||71g|
Packed in a facility that handles Gluten and Soya
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
Organic and delicious, but expensive.
sweet and moreish
these are like a healthier candy to me, they do have added sugar but in general a much healthier treat for a sweet tooth
These are fine examples of the breed. I've been making good use of these, along with pecans and walnuts, in a sourdough loaf. Yes to that last review. cranberries without sugar are very acid. You wouldn't like them as a snack. The only way I know of to eat unsweetened cranberries is sparingly, in a sweet cake.
All dried Cranberries have sugar added
These are tasty cranberries, and100% organic ingredients. They are really good quality like all the Crazy Jack products I have tried. II don't understand the outrage by previous reviewers, organic does not mean no sugar must added, as long as it's organic sugar. I have never come across dried cranberries with no sugar added, or apple juice, which is just sugar in disguise. They'd be too tart to eat otherwise. If you want dried fruit without added sugar go for raisins or apricots that are naturally sweet enough.
These are nice but I was disappointed to see sugar & oil in the ingredients. I will order them again though as I'm not a total purist & being dried they last longer than fresh fruit & a handful of these with a handful of walnuts or other nuts makes a filling & nutritious snack, tasty too.
A product titled "...Organic Cranberries", which in fact contains only 58% organic cranberries - plus sugar and oil - is NOT ORGANIC. DISGRACEFUL.