Cherries have a very short growing season and can grow in most temperate latitudes. The peak season for cherries is in the summer. In China, best time to grt ripen cherry is May and Jume. In Australia, they are usually at their peak in late December, in southern Europe in June, in North America in June, in south British Columbia (Canada) in July to mid August, and in the UK in mid July. In many parts of North America, they are among the first tree fruits to ripen.
Nutrition Facts (30g) Amount per Serving
|• Calories 100 from Fat 0||• Total Fat 0g||• Saturated Fat 0g||• Trans Fat 0g|
|• Cholesterol 0mg||• Sodium 7mg||• Total Carbohydrate 24g||• Dietary Fiber 1g|
|• Sugars 19g||• Protein 0g||• Vitamin A 8% Vitamin C||• Calcium 0% Iron 4%|
SO2: 100 ppm max;
Sugar: 65% max;
Packing: 12.5 kg carton inner with food grade poly bag liner, 17.5 Mt/20'FCL.
Why Dry Cherry Is Well Received Among People Across The World Though With A High Price?
Some of the ingredients that you will find in cherries, regardless of whether they are dried or fresh, include carotene, iron, vitamin C, magnesium and fiber as well as potassium among others. When you convert it into cherries muffin, you will succeed in making it even more enjoyable and palatable to all groups of people.
A cherry orchard owner said that there are no cherries grow in the first three years after the sapling being planted. As a Chinese old saying goes: cherry is delicious but cherry tree planting is difficult. Not only grafting and pruning techniques are needed, but also right fertilization and drainage system are essential to ensure the plant’s health and prevent the roots from rotten.
Cherry contains a lot of iron which is the basic element of human hemoglobin and myoglobin, so does dry cherries. It is helpful in preventing iron deficiency anemia and enhances physical fitness. Cherry is a nutrient-rich fruit, it contains more protein, sugar, phosphorus, carotene, vitamin C and other nutrient element than apple and pear, the cherry juice is said to have the effect of moisturize skin.
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