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Bakery Grade Freeze Dried Sour Cherries Whole (BB: 31.3.2024)

  • $6.00
  • $12.95
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Bakery grade freeze dried Sour Cherry is slightly softer than our normal A grade  freeze dried Sour cherry which is crispy. However, it's still perfect for bakery applications such as muffins, biscuits, scones. 

Freeze Dried Sour Cherries, perfect for baking.

  • Delicious and loaded with tangy flavour
  • Whole Freeze Dried Sour Cherries
  • 100% raw fruit
  • No added sugar, preservatives or nasties

Freeze Dried Sour Cherries are known for their "tart" flavour and health benefits.

Great for adding to breakfasts, salads, snacks and school lunches and using in your meals or baking.

Sour cherries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin C and potassium. Antioxidants help protect the body against oxidative stress, while vitamin C supports the immune system and promotes collagen production. The potassium content in sour cherries may support heart health and aid in maintaining proper electrolyte balance.

Available in bulk quantities. Shipping throughout New Zealand and Australia.



How much fresh Sour Cherry is in freeze dried Sour cherry?

We use 100g of Fresh Sour Cherries to make 10g of Freeze dried Sour Cherries.

How are sour cherries good for me?

Sour cherries are loaded with three disease-fighting chemicals that have been shown to stop cell transformation (leading to cancer) in numerous research studies. These powerful chemicals include perillyl alcohol, limonene and ellagic acid. Only cherries contain all three chemicals. They are particularly protective against breast, lung, liver, skin and colon cancers. In fact, findings from an experiment designed to test the potential of sour/tart cherry anthocyanins to inhibit intestinal tumor development in mice was published in "Cancer Letters" in May 2003. Researchers found that mice consuming the cherry diet had significantly fewer and smaller adenomas than mice consuming the control diet. Cherry anthocyanins also reduced cell growth of certain human colon cancer cell lines in vitro. These results strongly suggest that sour cherry anthocyanins may reduce the risk of colon cancer.


What varieties of sour cherry are there?

There are two main varieties of the sour cherry: the dark-red Morello cherry and the lighter-red Amarelle cherry.

Interesting fact

Sour cherries are used in the production of kriek lambic, a cherry-flavored variety of a naturally fermented beer made in Belgium.

Nutritional Table

Per Serve (10g) Per 100g
Energy 145kJ 1450kJ
Protein 0.6g 6.0g
Fat-total 0.3g 3g
- saturated 0.07g 0.7g
Total Carbohydrates 6.3g 63g
-carbohydrates from sugar 6.3g 63g
Sodium 0.1mg 1mg

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