Cherries are available in several varieties, all with different tastes and flavors. Try adding them to a favorite recipe, or eating them alone as a nutritious snack!
CherriesCherries (PDF | 198 KB)
Utah State University Extension.
Publication describes cherries and how to preserve them, including, selecting, canning, freezing, drying. It gives nutritional information and includes some recipes.
Cherries. Not just another berry.
Cherry Marketing Institute.
Web site features a great deal of positive health and nutrition information about cherries, as well as recipes and cooking information. There is also a Cherry Newsletter and product specification sheets for various forms of cherries for health professionals.
Cherries: Nutrition. Selection. Storage
Produce for Better Health Foundation.
This page contains nutrition information for cherries and tips on how to select, store and prepare them. Also included are links to other relevant information including Top 10 Ways to Enjoy Cherries, that gives new and different ways to add this fruit to your diet.
Let's Preserve Cherries (PDF | 127 KB)
West Virginia University Extension Service.
Fact sheet includes preparation, freezing procedure, canning procedure, process times and nutrition information.
Northwest Cherries. Washington State Fruit Commission.
News and information about cherries including health benefits, recipe ideas, and tips on freezing, canning and drying cherries.
Cherries: Food $ense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (PDF | 90 KB )
Utah State University Cooperative Extension.
This document contains a broad overview of cherries including availability, selection, storage, preparation, and preservation. Nutrition higlhights and recipes containing cherries are also included.
Selecting, Storing and Serving Ohio Cherries
Ohio State University Extension.
Fact sheet about cherries. Also includes serving suggestions and recipes for cherries.