Cranberry is a species of plant belonging to the genus Vaccinium with red berries known for their sour flavour and usually grows in cool climates. This health-promoting fruit can be used fresh or in drinks and is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants.

The cranberry is a species of fruit belonging to the genus Vaccinium and is mostly known for its red-coloured berries with a sour taste. Cranberries grow from shrub-shaped plants and are usually found in cool climatic zones and wooded areas.

This fruit can be consumed fresh or used in jams, marmalades, pies, cakes, sauces and drinks. Cranberry juice is also widely consumed and is a particularly beneficial drink for health.

Cranberry is a rich source of vitamin C and other vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It can therefore help support the immune system, contribute to preventing urinary tract infections, protect the body against the negative effects of free radicals thanks to its antioxidant properties and improve digestive health. Cranberry is also a preferred fruit type with its sweet and sour flavour.