Our Whole Berries
Pioneer of Organic Cranberries
- First organic cranberry farm in 2000
- Today we grow/process/pack 70% of global supply
- Only vertically-integrated supplier of OG cranberries
A unique value proposition
- #1 in organic cranberry supplier for nearly 20 years
- Offering the first organic “whole” dried cranberries
We use unique process that preserves the integrity of the fruit. It is because almost all brands of dried cranberries offer “sliced” cranberries rather than whole cranberries. However, we are offer you the whole berry to preserve the better texture.
Whole berries are only part of what is unique about Patience. Our berries preserve more of the fruit – this means better flavor AND texture. Our Whole & Juicy is our supreme berry – so moist, plump and tender. Sample this one on every call!
WHOLE & JUICY DRIED CRANBERRIES, SWEETENED WITH APPLE JUICE
We wanted to offer you the juiciest, most tender cranberries possible, which is why we created our Whole & Juicy Dried Cranberries. We dry them just enough for them to retain their tenderness and allow you to experience their incredible texture.
NOTHING BUT GOODNESS!
We practice organic farming, which means we do not use any genetically modified ingredients, nor any chemical artificial fertilizers or pesticides.
Known for their antioxidant properties, polyphenols are naturally present in apples and cranberries. These dried cranberries sweetened with apple juice contain 150mg of polyphenols in every 40g serving.
Known for their antioxidant properties, polyphenols are naturally present in cranberries. These gently sweetened dried cranberries contain 90mg of polyphenols in every 40g serving.
Most noteworthy, we believe that doing things right is better than rushing through them. As a result, we harvested our organic berries with care and then slowly dried them. So, this process yields a juicier, softer, better berry for you to savour and enjoy.
Lastly, you can savour these soft, juicy cranberries on their own. Besides, you may pair them with an assortment of fine cheeses, and, of course, use them in recipes.