• Cherries

    • one of the most popular fruit
      they are technically a drupe – a fruit with a hard stone inside.
    • is a small fruit with a sweet and juicy taste
    • two main types of cherry
      sour cherries
      sweet cherries
      • sour cherries have the slightly better nutritional profile and cultivated in
    1. Russia, Eastern Europe and Southern Asia
      • Turkey and the United States are the biggest producers of sweet cherries.
      • Cherries are a seasonal fruit, but frozen cherries are available around the year.
      • Per 100g, here is the nutritional value of sour cherries;

      Calories: 50 kcal

      Carbohydrate: 12.2 g

       Fiber: 1.6 g

      Sugar: 8.5 g

      Fat: 0.3 g

      Protein: 1.0 g

      Vitamin A: 26% RDA

      Vitamin C: 17% RDA

      Manganese: 6% RDA

      Potassium: 5% RDA

      Copper: 5% RDA

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