“An enriching experience, AAHAR 2019 brought us closer to the trade community and masses. We received an overwhelming response at the event and have initiated multiple trade partnerships as well.” said Michelle Hogan, executive director of the Cranberry Marketing Committee.
Cranberries are rapidly gaining popularity in India as a superfruit and are increasingly becoming a part of Indian households. Apart from their great taste, cranberries contain a wide range of nutrients for the growing number of Indian consumers looking to consume health foods. An outstanding product for well-being, cranberries are a good source of Vitamin C, which is an antioxidant. Cranberries can be used in many forms, dried, juice, nutraceuticals, etc.