The bright-colored skin of a tart cherry contains Anthocyanins. These powerful phytonutrients are found beneficial for a range of inflammatory-related conditions, including arthritis. Anthrocyanins have been found to have important heart-health benefits related to reducing inflammation, total cholesterol, and belly fat.
Daily cherry consumption can help to relieve gout which is a form of arthritis. Scientific studies have shown that tart cherry consumption lowers uric acid levels in blood.
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We have a nice selection of dried cherries. You can purchase online or come to the Legacy Barn and sample the different types. On offer:
YES! We do have frozen cherries year round.
We have both Montmorency and Balaton tart cherries available as frozen IQF (individually quick frozen).
Prices for 4 lb bags:
Also available, large quantity cases. For case prices, please phone 716-778-7077
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The 32oz bottle of Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate is made from 20-25 pounds of Montmorency cherries. We are fortunate to get our cherries from Singer Farms and other Niagara County farms.
Our juice concentrate is likely to be the best tasting Tart Cherry Juice you will taste for two reasons. Firstly, because of the high quality cherries grown in our WNY shoreline locality. Just come to the Singer Farm cherry U-Pick in July and taste for yourself. Secondly, because of the superior processing facility we take the freshly picked cherries to be made into the concentrate. The Grower’s Co-op possess state of the art modern equipment and the expertise to process our fruit into high quality concentrate.
Here’s to great tasting health!
“I’ve tried their sour cherry juice in a smoothie everyday for two months, and my left hip arthritis improved dramatically. When I stopped taking it for a short time, the pain returned. I’ve spoken to a doctor about the anti-inflammatory benefits, and the doctor agreed that sour cherry juice is a good anti-inflammatory. Try it and see for yourself; it’s also delicious just by itself.“