CHERRY VARIETIES 

NON-ORGANIC 

WASHINGTON STATE FRUIT

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BING

Non-Organic 

Bing is the most popular sweet cherry currently grown. Bings are red/mahogany fruit that is plump and bursting with flavor. Its juice is sweet and dark red. The standard for sweet cherry growers in the early market, Bing is firm with smooth flesh. The stone is heart-relatively small and shaped like a heart, while the fruit itself is crisp, firm and juicy. Consumers enjoy its sweet, rich flavor, which is the reason that it's the dominant variety.

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BLACK PEARL

Non-Organic 

Black Pearl is a large heart-shaped fruit, crisp with excellent flavor. It delivers a classic sweet dark cherry taste and is quickly becoming one of America's favorite varieties.

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CORAL CHAMPAGNE

Non-Organic 

Coral Champagne is a consumer top pick! It has a firm glossy red flesh, that is royal to the eye. The flavor is rich and sweet similar to a Bing cherry.

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CRISTALINA

Non-Organic 

 Cristalina is heart-shaped and plump with a dark red-to-black colored skin. These cherries are firm, sweet and moderately large.  

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RAINIER

Non-Organic 

Rainier is plump, rounded and slightly heart-shaped with a dimple at the stem end. The flesh is a pale golden color with red streaks near the skin and seed. The flavor is sweet with a caramel-like finish on the palate.

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ROYAL HAZEL

Non-Organic 

Royal Hazel cherries are medium sized and red in color. This variety has a firm skin and intense flavor.

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SKEENA

Non-Organic 

 Skeena cherries have a dark red to almost black outer skin. The Skeena cherry offers an overall sweet flavor with a firm texture.