Saturday, November 19, 2011

Staccato Cherries

Centennial Cherries

Lapin Cherries

Lapin Cherries

Sweetheart Cherries

Packing Line in Wenatchee, WA

Besides growing and packing our own fruit each season, I spend countless hours inspecting cherry orchards during harvest. Controlling the fruit from orchard to supermarket is very important to me. I travel extensively during the growing seasons, I drove about 12,000 kms this year in Washington and British Columbia in about 6 weeks.

Not too many people get to eat as many cherries as I do, one of the perks of the job! I've uploaded a few cherry photos for my readers to enjoy. Notice how green and vibrant the stems are, a sure sign of freshness. Always check for green stems when you are shopping, the fruit will easily last a couple of weeks in your fridge.

Free-to-use Cherry Transparents


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