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Washington State Bing Cherries - Colossal 9 Row

Washington State Bing Cherries - Colossal 9 Row - Brennans Market

Brennan's buys the biggest cherries available. Cherries are classified by row-size, the smaller the number the bigger the cherry. According to research results from
Washington State University, larger-sized cherries are heavier and container
higher Brix (pronounced "bricks"), or sugar levels, than their smaller
counterparts. Also, no matter what size the cherry, the pit is always the same
size, so bigger cherry = more fruit!

A cup of Washington St Cherries has only 90 calories and is a good source of fiber and vitamin C. Researchers have identified a group of naturally occurring chemicals abundant

in cherries that could help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

Washington State Cherries are sure to be enjoyed by everyone in your family and
will keep them healthy! While Bing cherries are great for eating-out-of-hand,
they can also be used in desserts and even savory dishes. You just need one of
those handy cherry pitters (OXO makes, among others). 

Washington State Bing Cherries - Colossal 9 Row
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Brennan's buys the biggest cherries available. Cherries are classified by row-size, the smaller the number the bigger the cherry. According to research results from
Washington State University, larger-sized cherries are heavier and container
higher Brix (pronounced "bricks"), or sugar levels, than their smaller
counterparts. Also, no matter what size the cherry, the pit is always the same
size, so bigger cherry = more fruit!

A cup of Washington St Cherries has only 90 calories and is a good source of fiber and vitamin C. Researchers have identified a group of naturally occurring chemicals abundant

in cherries that could help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

Washington State Cherries are sure to be enjoyed by everyone in your family and
will keep them healthy! While Bing cherries are great for eating-out-of-hand,
they can also be used in desserts and even savory dishes. You just need one of
those handy cherry pitters (OXO makes, among others).