Freeze Dried Cherry Powder
Freeze Dried Cherry Powder

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  • Product Name: Freeze Dried Cherry Powder
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  • Port: Qingdao, Tanggu, Shanghai
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Product Specifications

This Cherry Powder is freeze-dried, 100% natural, additive-free and water-soluble. Rich in antioxidants including anthocyanins and melatonin, Tart Cherry Powder can be added to a variety of food, beverage, nutraceutical and cosmetic preparations. Shoreline Fruit¯ unique manufacturing process does not require the processing aids normally used during drying or additives to prevent the powder from clumping. The result is a pure cherry powder that remains free-flowing even in the most humid conditions without artificial ingredients.

Raw Material Information

In the United States, most sweet cherries are grown in Washington, California, Oregon, and Northern Michigan. Important sweet cherry cultivars include "Bing", "Brooks", "Tulare", "King" and "Rainier". Both Oregon and Michigan provide light-colored "Royal Ann" ('Napoleon'; alternately "Queen Anne") cherries for the maraschino cherry process. Most sour (also called tart) cherries are grown in Michigan, followed by Utah, New York, and Washington. Additionally, native and non-native cherries grow well in Canada (Ontario and British Columbia). Sour cherries include Nanking and Evans Cherry. Traverse City, Michigan claims to be the "Cherry Capital of the World", hosting a National Cherry Festival and making the world's largest cherry pie. The specific region of Northern Michigan that is known the world over for tart cherry production is referred to as the "Traverse Bay" region. Farms in this region grown many varieties of cherries, sold through companies in the region.

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