There is a Craisins dried cranberry that does not contain sunflower oil...just berries and some sugar. They sat right next to each other on the shelf and I could not tell one from the other until I read the ingredients, same price too! I was told to rinse any sunflower oil laced dried fruit with boiling water and then proceed. Personally if you can find them without the oil that is what I would do.
Even though fresh berries will soon be on shelves they are expensive in many markets, more than dried fruit if you compare actual amounts of fruit. I know people who have made cranberry wine from fresh, canned sauce, dried berries and shelf stable juice..all for comparison..and they were considered equal and in the future the winemaker chose what was cheapest at the time.