Cherries taste wonderful and they are a rare treat because their season is short—May through July—and they are very fragile. There are two main types of cherries; the sweet ones grown in the Pacific Northwest that we eat fresh, and tart cherries, grown mostly in Michigan and used predominantly in processing applications such as pie filling and juice.
The great news about cherries is that they are low in calories, about 63 calories per cup, and loaded with nutritional Fast Facts that help you stay ageless and feeling good in so many ways.
- Low In Sodium And Cholesterol
- Helps Lower The Risk Of Heart Disease
- Reduce Inflammation
Shipping and Returns
Due to the perishable nature of our product, we do not accept returns. In the event you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must contact us within 30 days from receiving your order. We reserve the right to limit refunds and replacements, and we can only offer few replacements per consumer. We do not accept returns on opened, half eaten, or rotting produce.
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