Organic Cranberries 125 g

Organic Cranberries 125 g

The power of ORGANIC cranberries

The power of ORGANIC cranberries. Delicious organic cranberries, ready to eat as a snack or in yoghurt, cakes, salads, etc.

BIO300 - Organic Cranberries 125 g

MARNYS® ORGANIC Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) with organic certification.

  • Sweetened with organic cane sugar.
  • Free from preservatives, flavourings and colours.
  • Ready to eat at any time as a snack or with yoghurt, in cakes, salads, etc.

Fibre (4 g/100 g).

INGREDIENTS

Dried organic cranberries, organic cane sugar, organic sunflower oil (<1.0%).
 

HOW TO USE

Mix with cereals, yoghurt, fruit salad or enjoy as a snack. Great for making biscuits, cakes, crepes or bread.

PRESENTATION

125 g Bag

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4.95 €
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