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Growing up, fruit was a seasonal thing. We ate apples in the fall, citrus fruit all winter and berries, melon and cherries in the summer. I would never dream of eating strawberries in February or oranges in July. Fruit is most nutritious, least expensive and best tasting when it’s in season.

These days, you can have just about ANY fruit you’d like any time of year- with the exception of a few fruits, including cherries. Cherries have a short growing season. The ones grown in the US blossom in April and are available in the summer months. They’re grown in nearby states like Michigan, which is considered a local product.

Cherries pack a nutritional punch being a good source of vitamin C and other antioxidants such as polyphenols found in red grapes, blueberries and red wine. Cherries are known for anti-inflammatory properties, which may protects against arthritis, heart disease and cancer.

Cherries are versatile and can be eaten solo, added to salad, yogurt or made into delicious pie. The sky’s the limit!

Celebrate cherry season with me with some fun bada bing swag. Tell the world you’re a cherry fan!. Chews from totes, tees, mugs and onesies for little cherry fans. Sale ends Friday, July 16th at midnight.

 

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