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6/21/2014 By mary

wow these are nice sized dried cranberries. We are glad we found this site and got them. The price is good even though shipping is a little high. They were prompt on shipping and the package arrived in great condition.

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Sweetened Dried Cranberries - Two 2 lb. Packs


The Sweetened Dried Cranberries - Two 2 lb. Packs by Door County Cherryland's Best are made with Wisconsin cranberries, sweetened and dried to perfection. The moist texture of these sweetened dried cranberries will be a great complement in baked goods, salads, dressings, and meats. Enjoy two 2 lb. bags packed in resealable bags to keep them fresh and tasty. Sweetened Dried Cranberries make a perfect snack treat or care package gift for a college student.

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Two 2 lb. bags
Packed in resealable bags
Decorations and accessories not included
Cranberries are sweetened with sugar
Allergen Information: Dried cherries and berries contain no allergens, however they are made in a facility that handles wheat, soy, milk and tree nuts. Procedures are in place to avoid cross contamination, but cannot be guaranteed.
Door County Cherryland's Best, a family owned company, started producing Door County cherry juice products in 1994. And now we offer dried cherries, chocolate dried cherries, cherry berry mix, and other dried fruits in a variety of gift boxes. We use only the finest Door County cherries to deliver that gourmet cherry flavor famous to Door County, Wisconsin.

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