Cranberries have been used by North American populations since ancient times.
Nowadays, these little red berries are widely grown on vines and low shrubs in the northern regions of America and in Chile.
Berries are collected through two different methods: dry harvesting or wet harvesting.
When wet harvested, bogs are flooded with water. Each berry contains a small pocket of air which helps it to float. They are gathered and collected from the surface.
Cranberries are consumed in various forms: fresh, dried, juices, cereal bars, as well as powders and supplements. There are traditionally used for women health.
From juice or pomace, with several processing options, Nexira offers the most extensive line of cranberry extracts rich in PAC and Fruit solids.
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