by Traverse Bay Fruit Co. |
Item # 279587
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About this item

  • Traverse Bay dried cherries (14 oz.)
  • Naturally high in antioxidants
  • Heart health benefits
  • Works great for salads, snacks, desserts and more
  • No preservatives added
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Description

If you want to improve your diet and give your desserts a boost, you might want to consider using Traverse Bay® Dried Cherries (14 oz.) to help. You will soon see that the sweet cherry snack can provide some excellent benefits for you.

What Are the Benefits of Traverse Bay Dried Cherries?

For starters, there are health benefits of cherries to consider. Not only are they great tasting, but you will find that they are naturally high in antioxidants and they are healthy for the heart. They are an anti-inflammatory snack that is also high in melatonin. There are no preservatives added to the snack either. The bag is resealable, so you can keep them fresh and ready to go for longer.

How Can You Use Traverse Bay Dried Cherries?

While one of the first ways that you will probably consider using these cherries is as a simple snack that you can have at home, school or work for you and the kids, you'll find plenty of other ways to use them. They are a nice choice when you are cooking, and you will find that salad with dried cherries is delicious, as well as healthy. You can use them for baking, such as making cookies and muffins, for example. You will always find new and interesting ways to use the dried cherry fruit in your home.

Have Some of the Dried Sweet Cherries on Hand

While fresh cherries can be a nice treat in the summer, you will find that having dried sweet or dried red tart cherries around is always a good idea. These are nice to have as a snack or to use in cooking, as mentioned. However, you will find that they are going to be quite popular in the house, and that means you might want to have more than one bag of these available at any given time. This way, you never have to worry about running out.

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