Do you know?
National Cherry Day was established as a day to raise awareness of Britain’s cherries. During the 20th century, Britain lost the majority of its cherry orchards in war.
Nutritional Value of Cherry
Cherries have low caloric content and are a nutrient-dense food – vitamin C, potassium, fibre and polyphenols. Cherries have anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which reduces the risk of the development and progression of common chronic inflammatory diseases.Reference: Kelley, D., Adkins, Y. and Laugero, K. (2018). A Review of the Health Benefits of Cherries. Nutrients, 10(3), p.368.