- Label Info
% Daily Value Serving Size 1/3 (19g) cup Servings Per Container About 30 Amount Per Serving Calories 70 Calories From Fat 0 Total Fat 0 g 0% Saturated Fat 0 g 0% Trans Fat 0 g Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 10 mg 1% Total Carbohydrate 17 g 6% Dietary Fiber 1 g 3% Sugars 16 g Protein 1 g Vitamin A 4% Vitamin C 4% Calcium 0% Iron 2%
Ingredients: Tart cherries, sugar
Allergens: Processed in a plant that handles milk, wheat, egg, soybean, peanut and tree nut products.
Directions: Mix 1/3 cup of Freeze-Dried Sweetened Tart Cherries to 2/3 cups of warm water. Let set 5 minutes and drain off excess liquid. Yields apx. 1/3 cup of Sweetened Tart Cherries for your favorite dessert recipes, fruit smoothies, and cereals. Also makes a delicious snack dry.
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Very excited to be able to have these on hand. Variety in a diet is key to mental health in an emergency.
Posted on 4/18/14 by Tina
I was tempted to title this review simply "Drool!!" because that's just how good these cherries are. Whether reconstituted or dry, they have a substantial, satisfying mouthfeel not present in other freeze-dried fruits, and the balance of tart and sweet it perfect. Sensational on unsweetened cereal like Cream of Wheat and delicious mixed into pancake batter (for that, I rehydrate them first). Not cheap, even on sale, but they're worth every penny. I just bought a case of the big cans, and am hoping to buy more.
Posted on 4/3/14 by RomaP
Freeze dried tart cherries
Oh My Goodness! These tart cherries are great. Rehydrate for cooking to mix in salads, vegetable dishes, or baking. Or just eat by the hand full. Had to come back for more!
Posted on 2/22/12 by BrendaWrite A Review
- Additional Info
For best flavor and nutrition, keep cans constantly stored at 70° or lower. Once opened, keep in air tight containers in dark cool places. To learn more about how long you can expect food to store see our Shelf Life Article.
Packaged with an oxygen absorber in a #10 stainless steel can that is double-enameled to prevent aging and rust. To learn more about how packaging makes a big difference in keeping food at optimum levels, view our Food Storage Packagingarticle.