Lowbush cranberries, also known as lingonberries, grow in colorful abundance in Alaska. Their invigorating, tart flavor has long been valued by Alaska Natives for its sustaining properties. Lingonberries were recently "discovered" by Dr. Oz (October 5th 2011) and touted as a powerfully nutritious and potentially healing food in many ways. Traditionally valued as a digestive aid, cranberry sauce is the perfect accompaniment to a large meal, and blends particularly well with poultry and wild game. Enjoy our delicious and versatile Alaska Garnets Wild Lowbush Cranberry Sauce, lightly sweetened with sugar and our own pure birch syrup, as a preserve on toast or yogurt, with nut butters, and in dessert recipes. It also contains organic grated orange rind, orange juice, local raw honey, and fresh grated ginger. The sauce is packaged in a generous 9 ounce jar, enough to accompany a large meal - or make many peanut butter sandwiches! Be creative and enjoy!