Cherries contain important nutrients such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, fiber and folate.
Cherries have health benefits of improving eye health, increasing immunity, relief from infections, anti aging and proper digestion.
Emerging evidence links cherries to health benefits such as helping to ease the pain of arthritis and gout, reducing risk factors for heart disease and diabetes.
Research shows that tart cherries are a rich source of melatonin, a powerful antioxidant considered more potent that vitamins C, E, and A.
Red sour cherries, vibrant and up front meld together with the darker tones of dark sweet cherries. This “stick with you” taste is low acid with a light and complementary cranberry ending.
Research shows that cranberries contain high amounts of antioxidants and other phytonutrients that can help protect against heart disease and many more diseases.
Preliminary studies suggest that cranberries may provide protection against neurological damage, cardiovascular illnesses, ulcer, urinary tract infections, kidney stone formations and raised level of LDL(bad) cholesterol.
Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins (PACs) that can prevent the adhesion of certain of bacteria, including E. coli, and bacteria associated with gum disease and stomach ulcers.
Cherry is one of the most romantic fruits – cherry blossoms are associated with birth, marriage, turning points and even death of the heroes and herioines.
Native peoples used cranberries as food, in ceremonies and medicinally.
Cranberries are called "bounceberries” too, because the ripe ones bounce.