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Cherries, Dried

Dried cherries are prepared from U.S. Grade B or better red, tart cherries. The cherries may have sugar or other sweeteners added prior to drying. No additives or preservatives are added.


    • Store unopened dried cherries in a cool, dry place, off the floor. It is not necessary to refrigerate or freeze the product.

    • After opening, keep bag tightly closed with a plastic tie or rubber band, or transfer contents to a zip-lock bag.

Uses & Tips

    • Dried cherries keep cakes, muffins, and cookies moist.

    • For easier chopping, use an oiled knife or blade.

    • Dried Cherries are an excellent source of vitamin A. They are sodium and cholesterol free and very low in fat.
    USDA, Food & Nutrition Service




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