Canadian Cranberry Beans Supplier and Exporter

Southeast provinces of Ontario and Manitoba together supply most of the Canadian cranberry beans transported to global marketplaces. Bennett’s Grain is a Canadian Cranberry Beans Supplier and Exporter.

Canada Cranberry Beans

These kinds of beans are associated with the Tongues of Fire Beans. These beans are common for Spanish, Italian as well as Portuguese dishes. They have an ivory color with red markings, but sometimes red with ivory markings.

These unique and distinctly colored beans have the highest folate (folic acid) content among all beans’ family types.


Among other crops of beans family, Cranberry beans remain as BG’s core product exported to over 50 countries.


Cranberry beans, as one of the oldest Amercian beans, are named for the red marks on the exterior layor of their shells. These pretty crops are not only very delicious but also highly nutritious and packed with so many vitamins, minerals and Protein.

Cranberry Beans are a very healthy natural source of protein, having relatively more minor content of fats therefore, regular consumption of these nutritious crops can hugely lower the risk of heart disease and improve heart health.BG‘s use and application of advanced modern tools and methods in agriculture, processing, and packaging offer a firsthand pleasant experience for its customers.


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Ontario bulk processes, and exports Cranberry beans to certain countries with a high demand for this member of the pulse family.

They are also a rich source of dietary fiber, which helps reduce and control common health conditions like high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and digestive disorders.


Beans are mainly made up of starchy carbohydrates, which make up about 72% of the total calories. Starch mainly consists of long chains of glucose in the form of Amylose and Amylopectin (3). Beans have a higher proportion of Amylose (30-40%) than most other starchy food sources. Amylose is not digestible as amylopectin. Therefore, bean starch is a slow-digesting carbohydrate. It takes longer to digest and causes blood sugar to rise more and more than other starches, and beans are especially useful for people with type 2 diabetes. It is very low in the glycemic index (GI), which is a measure of how blood sugar rises after a meal. In fact, bean starch has a beneficial effect on blood sugar balance compared to other high-carbohydrate foods.

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Bennett’s Grain is an international Canadian Exporter of top Quality Lentils, Pulses, and Grains.