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The cherry is a member of the Rosacea family. The origin of the cherry tree is somewhat obscure: botanically it consists of two distinct types:

  • The bird cherry (Prunus avium) a sweet fruit;

  • And the wild cherry ( Prunus cerasus ) a tart fruit, take for example: griotte du Nord, Montmorency.

The sour cherry has strong melatonin and antioxidant content that help to prevent cardiovascular disease, some cancers, and problems related to aging.
At last! Some Québec-grown cherries that can be eaten fresh and taste good. 

 

Available: July

 

 

Nutrition Facts
(Per 100g)

Water : 86.13
Fiber: 1.6 g
Total Sugar: 8.49 g
Proteins: 1 g
Energy: 50 kcal
Lipids: 0.30 g
Carbohydrate: 12.18 g
Vitamin C : 10 g

Minerals
Calcium:  16 mg
Magnesium: 9 mg
Phosphorus: 15 mg
Potassium: 173 mg

 

       
 

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