Its cultivation dates back to the American Indians but never dated. The Indians ate the fresh but also dried. They already knew its health benefits and for them, the cranberry was a food, medicine, and even a dye.
Health benefits: They contain a lot of antioxidants which enter in preventing certain cancers, but also for cardiovascular disease, and various age-related diseases. One of the benefits of this fruit is its protective properties, especially of the stomach, bladder or teeth.
USES, In meals, desserts, yogurts Bakery Cereals and cereal bars Snacks Chocolate and confectionary