Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Love bing cherries? Want them year round? Then be sure to try these dried bing cherries, which are the bright taste of summer in a chewy morsel!
2. According to researchers, a flavonoid found in cherries that has anticarcinogenic properties called quercetin can help to prevent heart disease. Cherries are considered a nutritionally significant source of quercetin, containing large quantities per serving that surpass most fruits.
3. A phenolic acid called amygdalin, also termed Vitamin B17 and laetrile, found in the kernels of cherries and other fruits, has been shown to reduce tumor size and further spread of cancer, as well as to alleviate the pains of the cancerous process. Populations such as the Hunza in Pakistan that have always incorporated amygdalin into their diets have remained cancer free, leading scientists to believe that its consumption could also be a powerful cancer prevention food.
4. Anthocyanins found in cherries also block inflammatory enzymes, reducing pain. In fact, 20 cherries are 10 times as potent as aspirin and have positive effects on gout and arthritis pain.
5. Sweet cherries are also considered to be excellent sources of boron, providing 396 ug/100g. Boron consumption, coupled with calcium and magnesium has been linked to increased bone health.
6. Tart cherries naturally pack a health-promoting punch that provides pain relief for many consumers. Ongoing research shows that tart cherries are a rich source of antioxidants, including melatonin, which may help to relieve the pain of arthritis, gout, and possibly fibromyalgia. To date, no other fruit or vegetable has been found to have the pain relieving properties of tart cherries. In addition, the antioxidants in tart cherries can help fight cancer and heart disease.
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Debra Hoepfner, Beulah, ND January 27, 2009
“I ordered 10 pounds of your Bing Cherries on wednesday, they were delivered on monday, FAST. They are great to eat, so soft and gummy. My husband has gout and they are suppose to be good for that. These are much softer and more flavorful than other cherries we have purchased, We are
very happy with the order, and will definately order them again from you, when we need them
Sandy, Oswego, New York November 29, 2008
“Thank you for the fresh Bing cherries. fast service and freshness is the key. Again thank you and you will be hearing from me again. ”
L.A.C. November 11, 2003
“Thank you for your prompt responses and great service! Received the cherries as you said, Wednesday, and will be able to make a special dessert for a friend's wedding reception as I told her I would. You made us all happy! Will look forward to using your company again! Thanks so much!
“I just received my order and I have to let you know that I am sooo enjoying these snacks. I bought the wasabi peas, banana chips, soybeans, and cherries. They are all truly delicious! All the natural flavors come through, it isn't like anything you could buy in a store. I am very pleased. How about making wasabi soybeans? Yummy!”
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ANN, Monroe, CT May 18, 2014
“These bing cherries are second best only to the fresh ones
which are not available all year long. It's nice to know we
can enjoy this luscious fruit even when they are not in season.
Best tasting. Best quality.”
Serving Size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
(Approx. 11.4 Servings/Pound)
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|Calories From Fat||10|
Bing Cherries, Sunflower Oil [less than 1%] (may contain pits and/or pit fragments)
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 400 pieces per pound.
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 1 year. This item can be frozen.
Country of Origin: United States
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