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Sourced locally in beautiful Door County Wisconsin, our freeze-dried Montmorency cherries come in whole fruit form.  They’re pitted, have no added sugar and are 100% natural!


Montmorency Cherry Benefits


Studies have linked Montmorency tart cherries to...

Reduced symptoms of muscle fatigue and faster post workout muscle recovery likely due to their antioxidant compounds found in their juices.  (Our freeze-drying process incorporates ALL the juice from the whole cherries.)

Ongoing research is being conducted evaluating Montmorency cherries role in promoting cardiovascular health.  This is currently being studied due to the presence of a powerful flavonoid in Montmorency cherries called anthocyanin.  This can be seen as the red pigment itself of Montmorency cherries.

May help reduce symptoms of inflammation due to flavonoids.

Better sleep patterns due to their naturally occurring melatonin


How to enjoy our cherries:


Salad Toppers

Ice cream. yogurts, oatmeal


Meats, marinades, and sauces

The possibilities and creativity are endless! 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes the process of freeze-drying better?

Freeze-drying is an advanced method of drying using very low temperatures to preserve nutritional value and create high-quality, long-term storage food products. In addition to preserving the product's structure, appearance and taste, freeze-drying is the most effective at retaining antioxidants including flavonoids and anthocyanins. Up to 97% of nutrients are kept using this method in comparison to about 60% or less in other methods of preservation.

Freeze-dried foods have a much longer shelf life and do not need to be rotated like other foods.

Freeze-dried foods are perfect for home storage, emergency use, camping, and hiking! Freeze-dried food are also commonly used for survival applications such as space exploration and military rations.

How long will they last in their packaging?

Unopened, these cherries will last up to two years. Be sure to keep your package out of direct sunlight and extreme heat.

Freeze-dried cherries are crunchy. To keep them that way, reseal the bag when not eating. Contents will absorb moisture from the air and become sticky. They will still be good to eat but will not last as long as a cherry without moisture.  If it gets sticky it's best to be used within 24 hrs.

Where will you ship to?

We'll ship anywhere within all 50 U.S. states!


100% Cherries. 100% Natural. Always.

Caution: May contain pits.

Do you offer wholesale pricing?

We do! Please reach out to us via our Contact Us page to discuss current pricing.

  • Chicken Breast with Port Wine and Cherry Sauce

    For the chicken

    4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts

    Flour for Dredging

    3 Tablespoons sweet butter

    1 Teaspoon Vegetable oil



    For the Sauce

    1/2 Cup Port Wine

    2 Tablespoons Freeze-Dried Cherries

    2 Teaspoons Seedless Raspberry Jam


    1. Mix the sauce ingredients in a bowl and set aside

    2 Season chicken with salt and pepper. Dredge in the four. Shake off excess.

    3. In a 12" skillet, heat the oil and butter. Increase the heat to medium high before adding the chicken.

    4. Add the chicken and cook about 4 minutes per side. Using a meat thermometer, ensure chicken is fully cooked before removing.

    5. Transfer to a plate and keep warm.

    6. Take the bowl with the sauce ingredients and add to a pan. Bring the mixture to a boil and stir until the sauce becomes glossy. Remove from heat.

    7. Spoon over the chicken and serve immediately!