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Waiting for them to be restocked!

Translated from Japanese: They have a sourness and sweetness and a solid taste, so I have a wide range of uses. I really want to have them on hand, so I’m looking forward to restocking them!

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Sour cherry

Translated from Japanese: I ate them for the first time, but as the name suggests, they're very sour. I mix them with blueberries to eat. They also seem to have the effect of lowering uric acid levels.

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Also good for muffins!

Translated from Japanese: Ordering again. I always want them available on hand.
As I wrote before, I'm very happy with the sourness and color of the smoothie.
Add 6 to 10 sour cherries (+ a little chocolate) thawed at room temperature, so that they are buried in the dough of GF cornbread muffins and bake it. The roast is sweet and sour, and it’s so delicious. The bright red that is visually beautiful makes you feel even more excited! Of course, ordinary muffins and cupcakes are delicious, too.

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Translated from Japanese: I usually buy cheap, canned sour cherries, but I bought frozen ones for the first time because I wanted to eat them not only in pies and Clafoutis, but also as they are. When I ate a few grains immediately, they were delicious with both sweetness and sourness. I'm glad I bought them.

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Sour cherries, as the name suggests, they have plenty of sourness! Delicious

Translated from Japanese: Small cherries with plenty of acidity reminiscent of Turkish red cherry juice. The red is also bright and beautiful.
It’s the best in terms sourness and color for smoothies. There is not much sweetness, so I eat sweet cherries / dark cherries additionally. These cherries are fun to eat.

All-Natural Frozen Sour Cherries from Turkey (1kg)

Horizon Farms
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Please note that this product is grown to organic standards of ACO (Australian Certified Organic) and USDA Organic - however, due to a bureaucracy issue this product is not recognized as JAS organic in Japan.

One full bag of 1kg (2.2lbs) naturally farmed and fresh frozen sour cherries from the pristine mountainous region of Turkey. No use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. GMO-free. Hand-picked, pitted, and individually flash-frozen (IQF) for freshness.

These cherries may have a higher content of tartness, hence their sour taste, but they still have a fair amount of sweetness to them. They are perfect for people who like a balance between sweet and sour and are not into overly sweet fruits.

 

Our Guarantee

✔ All our imported fruits and vegetables are strictly tested for E Coli, coliforms, molds, yeasts as well as listeria and salmonella and therefore meet very high microbiological safety standards.

✔ Free of harmful synthetic chemical inputs such as fertilizer, pesticides, antibiotics, food additives, irradiation, and the use of sewage sludge.

✔ Free of genetically modified seeds (non-GMO)

✔ The farmland and soil in use have at least been 3 years free of any chemical treatment before the harvest.

✔ Flash-frozen after harvest for maximum conservation of vitamins and nutritional values.

Please note that non-processed, non-GMO, and chemical-free produce will always have a minor degree of defects (less than 5%) these may include, decolorations, insect damage, broken damage, crumble damage, squashed damage, over or under maturity, and minor natural non-harmful mold.


Contents

Contents 1 pack
Weight 1kg (2.2lbs)
Package Dimensions 16 x 9 x 30cm (6.2" x 3.5" x 11.8")


Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)
Expiration Check product label, usually more than 12 months.

 

Details

Ingredients Sour cherries
Species Prunus Cerasus
Packaging Resealable food-grade aluminum poach
Country of Origin Turkey
Importer
Horizon Farms, Inc.
Organic Certificates  Australian Certified Organic (ACO) - Certificate Number: 10817
Nutritional Facts 100g serving size

Energy: 179kJ
Total Fat: 0.1g
Fat Saturated: 0.0g
Sodium: 0mg
Total Carbohydrate: 9.8g
Carbohydrate Sugar: 5.5g
Protein: 0.6g

 

Customer Reviews

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Waiting for them to be restocked!

Translated from Japanese: They have a sourness and sweetness and a solid taste, so I have a wide range of uses. I really want to have them on hand, so I’m looking forward to restocking them!

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Sour cherry

Translated from Japanese: I ate them for the first time, but as the name suggests, they're very sour. I mix them with blueberries to eat. They also seem to have the effect of lowering uric acid levels.

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Also good for muffins!

Translated from Japanese: Ordering again. I always want them available on hand.
As I wrote before, I'm very happy with the sourness and color of the smoothie.
Add 6 to 10 sour cherries (+ a little chocolate) thawed at room temperature, so that they are buried in the dough of GF cornbread muffins and bake it. The roast is sweet and sour, and it’s so delicious. The bright red that is visually beautiful makes you feel even more excited! Of course, ordinary muffins and cupcakes are delicious, too.

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J.

Translated from Japanese: I usually buy cheap, canned sour cherries, but I bought frozen ones for the first time because I wanted to eat them not only in pies and Clafoutis, but also as they are. When I ate a few grains immediately, they were delicious with both sweetness and sourness. I'm glad I bought them.

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Sour cherries, as the name suggests, they have plenty of sourness! Delicious

Translated from Japanese: Small cherries with plenty of acidity reminiscent of Turkish red cherry juice. The red is also bright and beautiful.
It’s the best in terms sourness and color for smoothies. There is not much sweetness, so I eat sweet cherries / dark cherries additionally. These cherries are fun to eat.


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Translated from Japanese: Really delicious.

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Translated from Japanese: I purchased them to make jam. This pack is convenient because there are only a few organic strawberries (on the market).

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Bite-sized, freshly frozen

Translated from Japanese: They’re frozen strawberries that you can eat with no worries.
They’re very juicy and delicious as is.
I enjoy them with other fruits.

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Sweet strawberries \ (^^) /

Translated from Japanese: The pack contains a lot of sweet strawberries (* ^^ *)

Because they’re small grains, they’re easy to eat and delicious strawberries that you will not get tired of eating a lot.

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Sweet scent

Translated from Japanese: When you open the bag, a sweet scent comes up. Soon after taking them out of the freezer, they’re a little firm, but after 20 – 30 minutes at room temperature you can eat them. They’re delicious.

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Delicious

Translated from Japanese: Organic cherries are hard to come by, so these were a lifesaver.
They were sweet and very tasty and perfect for a simple dessert.

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Quick dessert

Translated from Japanese: Healthy, delicious, organic and the best.
Thanks to this, I managed to survive the heat last summer.
Of course, they’re delicious to eat as they are, but what is popular now is to put one-third to half of yogurt in a glass and add as many cherries as you like (10 or more!). Take it directly from the freezer and put just a little maple syrup on top. At the end, mix and crush the cherries a little to make a beautifully colored dessert!

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I made juice with enzymes

Translated from Japanese: At first, I ate them deliciously as they are.
Next, in yogurt.
Then, boiled them with brown sugar to make cherry jam.
At the end, I made juice with enzyme.

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Delicious and irresistible!

Translated from Japanese: I put them in a smoothie and eat them like that. I will order again!

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De…de…

Translated from Japanese: De…de…delicious. These are delicious. I was wondering whether to make it a 1-pack or a 3-pack set, but after reading your reviews, I bought a 3-pack set. Great choice! “Great choice! Good job!” I said to myself.

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Delicious.

Translated from Japanese: I had a feeling that the raspberries here were in good frozen condition. They’re also fresh and delicious.

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Ordering again

Translated from Japanese: The taste is good, the storage condition is good, so I decided to order again.

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They have a wild flavor.

Translated from Japanese: Those who expect a very sweet taste from fruits might be unsatisfied, but because I’m into sour things I like these raspberries a lot. The flavor is strong and wild. You feel refreshed when you eat them.

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Organic raspberries are the best!

Translated from Japanese: It’s amazing that I can eat organic raspberries as much as I like!
They boost my morning the most as smoothies.
They have a delicious color and scent and they get me excited with their flavor.

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Raspberries that carry Turkey’s sweetness

Translated from Japanese: These are the most delicious frozen raspberries that you can get in Japan. Whether it’s raspberries or strawberries from Turkey, they’re sweeter than those from other countries. Unexpectedly, I found raspberries from turkey, so I ordered them right away. As expected, they were flavorful, so I will order again. Since the raspberries arrived, my family has been eating them for three weeks.

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Translated from Japanese: Organic mango
I didn’t see them around much, so I bought them.
You can eat them even if they’re frozen.
There is some unevenness in the taste.
They work as healthy substitute to sherbet.

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Sorry!

Translated from Japanese: I'm sorry I reviewed it a few days ago, saying "Can you eat this??!!!” And when I turned it around, I noticed that "PINEAPPLE" was printed on the package.
I noticed that the package of the frozen pineapple I ordered for the first time was difficult to understand and my husband mistakenly opened it thinking it’s frozen mango and ate it.
I opened the bag of frozen mango and ate it, but it was delicious as usual.
I'm very sorry. In addition, there is satisfaction compensation, and thank you for using the pineapple fee for your next order.

↓ This is my review from a few days ago.

At the request of my husband, as a repeated buyer, I bought a lot this time.
Until now, there were some bags that were full of fiber and sour that I couldn't eat them, but they were generally delicious. I didn't like it, but my husband requested it, so I bought it. But I ate more than half of the bag, I couldn't swallow it. It was full of fiber, and the owner said, "This is terrible ...". I opened only one bag, but I don't feel like opening the other bags.
I received a phone call from the store directly yesterday and said that they would collect it and refund it, so today I will return the remaining one opened bag and two unopened bags by frozen delivery. .. Previously, the owner said that the mango that I bought directly from the shop's site was delicious, so I'd like to have only that one.

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Translated from Japanese: Really delicious.

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Alphonso mangoes are delicious ♪

Translated from Japanese: I love alphonso mangoes, so I order them every year, but a while ago they went sold out and when I was about to give up, I found these instead. You might see it well when you make a puree that the mangoes have a solid form. From the order to the dispatch and to the arrival at my place, everything went quick. 1kg is filled in a rather big bag and because I bought two, it seems like my freezer is filled to the brim. I tested them right away… This time around, they make a good snack. When there’s sourness there is sweetness, too. There might be a difference to the ones I had before. The size is uneven, but they’re all bite-sized. When they dissolve, alphonso mangoes become a little sticky. It’s good that they’re organic. I hate bad additives. The bag is an aluminum bag with a zipper, so you can conserve the mangoes well. Once I run out, I will order again I think☆

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Satisfied!

Translated from Japanese: In my family, mangoes are essential to make smoothies. The flavor is strong and naturally sweet, I’m very satisfied!!