Are cranberry PACs all they are cracked up to be?

By Shane Starling

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Related tags: Urinary tract infection

In a NutraIngredients.com round table discussion, three leading cranberry suppliers discuss the merits of proanthocyanidins (PACs) in benefiting urinary tract infections(UTIs).

They looked at the question of whether PACs are a relevant cranberry constituent when it comes to UTIs and which measurement system of PACs is the most valid.

The impact of the European Food Safety Authority’s negative opinion to an Ocean Spray cranberry claim is also discussed.

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