Cranberry: the superfruit with multiple


Cranberry is recognized as a superfood, thanks to its multiple nutritional qualities. With more than 150 bioactive compounds, this powerful fruit has great health benefits, including antioxidant, immunological and antibacterial properties, due to the high presence of flavonoids and vitamin C.

Several scientific studies show that regular consumption of cranberriy can help prevent certain diseases. Proanthocyanidins (PACs) specific to cranberry act as a protective barrier against bacteria responsible for urinary tract infections caused by E. Coli and ulcers caused by H. pilory bacteria in the digestive system.

Additionally, cranberry has benefits for intestinal microbiota, cardiovascular and oral health (helps prevent dental cavities and periodontitis).

Scientific articles and presentations

Differences in Urinary Bacterial Anti-Adhesion Activity after Intake of Cranberry Dietary Supplements with Soluble versus Insoluble Proanthocyanidins

Cranberries for preventing urinary tract infections (Review)

Cranberry: Health Benefits Supported by Science

Cranberry Health
Research Milestones

Cranberries and Their Bioactive
Constituents in Human Health