Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale
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Flavor
Cherry
Ingredients
Red Tart Pitted Cherries, Water.
Brand
Oregon
Item Weight
3.3 Kilograms
Package Weight
4.11 Kilograms


Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries in water (8-pack)

Our Red Tart Cherries, including varieties like the prized Montmorency Cherry.

Simply packed in water allowing for use in endless recipes.

Forever linked to scrumptious cherry pies, our plump, Red Tart Cherries burst with a true, tangy cherry flavor.

They pair perfectly with chocolate desserts, culinary sauces or spooned over ice cream.

Non-GMO Project Verified, Non-BPA Lining in can, Gluten Free.

Enjoy the taste of summer, anytime!

Picked at the peak of ripeness - just 10 miles from our front door.

Our favorite cherry pie

Classic label recipe - right from our can.

Features & details

Features

  • Non-GMO Project Verified, Non-BPA Lining in can, Gluten Free
  • No High Fructose corn syrup, All Natural, Kosher
  • Tree-ripened tart red Montmorency cherries packed in water, Product of USA
  • Use for turnovers, sauces, chicken salad, pies, parfaits, tortes

Product information 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)

    Additional Information

  • ASIN: B000I6625I
  • Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,075Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #34,607 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
    #42 in Canned & Jarred Cherries
  • Date First Available: March 5, 2007

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This product is labelled to United States standards and may differ from similar products sold elsewhere in its ingredients, labeling and allergen warnings

Ingredients :

Red Tart Pitted Cherries, Water.

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A: Tart red cherries are best for baking pies. Some brands call them pie cherries, others don…

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Q: bpa in the cans?

A: Starting with the company’s 2016 harvest, all fruit and ingredients sold in cans as well…

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A: I don''t normally weigh it after I drain it but it is equal to 1 1/2 cups

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A: They were fine when I bought them. They are all gone now no can''t tell you. But they were …

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M. Lane
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
BEST MEMORY--Easy Cobbler, tart and savory--not thick and sweet
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2018
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
I''ve loved these since my sister made me a cherry cobbler in SF in 1968. I''d buy a can or two WHEN I could find them... THEN I COULD NOT FIND THEM on the shelves of any store. SO I hoarded the one or two cans I had--Used them ONLY for a SPECIAL Occasion.... See more
I''ve loved these since my sister made me a cherry cobbler in SF in 1968. I''d buy a can or two WHEN I could find them...

THEN I COULD NOT FIND THEM on the shelves of any store. SO I hoarded the one or two cans I had--Used them ONLY for a SPECIAL Occasion.

NOW I have found how to get them by the case-- YAAY. I''ve bought two cases in the past month...and sent another to my sister.

SO GOOD...their site has some great recipes...but this is my favorite one (not found there) and the most easy one:
Dump one can cherries in bread mold pan, or glass 4x10...sprinkle with 1/2 box DRY yellow cake mix...put slices of butter (about 1/2-3/4 cup) on top-- sprinkle with 1/2-1cup chopped pecans-my fav, (or walnuts) --bake uncovered at 325F until bubbly. -25-35 min. So good, so easy, so rich.-- DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS WITH THE CANNED PIE FILLING that is easily found. ONLY USE tart cherries in water. Top when warm with vanilla ice cream...or don''t...eat warm or room temp-- all are good.

Their website has some other wonderful recipes for using these canned cherries (and other of their canned fruits)-- sounds like I am an employee of this company-- I am not-- I just am so glad that I found an easy way to find these after 50 years of liking them...
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Pamela J. Peerce Landers
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Perfect Cherries for a Traditional Sour Cherry Pie
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
If you remember loving sour cherry pies, this is the pie filling you have been looking for. You’ll need two cans for a 9-inch pie. You’ll strain both cans and reserve the liquid from one of them to sweeten and thicken with corn starch. Add back the cherries, gently fold... See more
If you remember loving sour cherry pies, this is the pie filling you have been looking for. You’ll need two cans for a 9-inch pie. You’ll strain both cans and reserve the liquid from one of them to sweeten and thicken with corn starch. Add back the cherries, gently fold them in and that’s your filling. The nice thing is you control the level of sweetness and the viscosity of the filling by varying the sugar and corn starch. I found the recipe on the manufacturer’s website to be perfect for my taste.

You may be tempted to use a shallow pie plate to make this pie because you think there’s not that much filling. Don’t. Stick with a deeper dish.
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Van Monty
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Oregon Red Tart Cherry Cobbler (original inside label recipe)
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2016
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
Absolutely the next best thing to fresh sour cherries. Growing up in western PA I remember scrambling up and around the cherry trees picking fruit for my grandmother. Her pies were cherished. Years later I found myself living in south Louisiana where no one,I knew, had ever... See more
Absolutely the next best thing to fresh sour cherries. Growing up in western PA I remember scrambling up and around the cherry trees picking fruit for my grandmother. Her pies were cherished. Years later I found myself living in south Louisiana where no one,I knew, had ever had a fresh cherry pie. As a matter of fact most of my friends were disgusted by a cherry pies, their only experience being the sickeningly sweet gelatinous goop in the standard canned cherries.I was determined to correct this until I realized why there was such a paucity of cherry pies. No cherries. Anywhere. Then, bam, Oregon Red Tart Cherries appears on the grocery shelf (years later). Best cherry pies ever. My family and friends are converts thank to Oregon Specialty Fruit.The recipes inside the label changed over the years and now sadly have disappeared altogether. Their original Cobbler recipe is very very good and works with any fruit, canned or fresh. Its the cake variety where the berries are poured on top of batter and sink to different layers while cooking.I could not find it online anywhere so I''m glad I scanned it at least ten years ago. Here it is. Enjoy
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flowerbud104
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very high-quality whole pitted cherries
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2017
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
I always keep these cherries on hand. I use them for yogurt or pies. Cherries are supposed to be a very good anti-inflammatory food. These cherries are also non GMO verified which is important to me. What I love about these cherries also is that they are packed in water... See more
I always keep these cherries on hand. I use them for yogurt or pies. Cherries are supposed to be a very good anti-inflammatory food. These cherries are also non GMO verified which is important to me. What I love about these cherries also is that they are packed in water and not in a sugary syrup. You get a lot of cherries in a can and they are all very plump whole cherries. When I order a case, it is nice that they send me cans that don''t expire for almost a year later so I can take my time eating them.
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ZtoZ
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not quite as good as frozen tart cherries, but pretty good
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
We used 3 cans for a 10-inch cherry pie. We''ve not been able to find tart cherries being sold in New England, we have to buy frozen tart cherries from Michigan (20 pounds at a time in order to assure they come to us still frozen). I saw the canned cherries recently and... See more
We used 3 cans for a 10-inch cherry pie. We''ve not been able to find tart cherries being sold in New England, we have to buy frozen tart cherries from Michigan (20 pounds at a time in order to assure they come to us still frozen). I saw the canned cherries recently and decided to give them a try. The canned cherries did make a good pie, but the cherry''s flavor was not as intense as the frozen ones (tasted a bit washed-out). The benefit however is that they are in cans instead of taking up freezer space. Pricing per pie for the canned cherries is a bit higher than the frozen, at least if you buy the frozen ones in 20-pound quantities. They were good enough to put in another order.
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Spike
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
American or Polish...
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2014
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
This company has taken a bit of a hit for using Polish fruit this year, after the American crop was much, much smaller than anticipated. Having used both American and now Polish fruit I can say that there is little difference in the final product. I use these to make fruit... See more
This company has taken a bit of a hit for using Polish fruit this year, after the American crop was much, much smaller than anticipated. Having used both American and now Polish fruit I can say that there is little difference in the final product. I use these to make fruit pies and tarts. I would prefer to use a frozen product but have found pie cherries to have disappeared from my local market over the last few years. I grew up among the orchards of upstate New York and I miss fresh pie cherries.

As a child we used to eat them out of hand – even now I can remember the fresh, tart flavour. My grandmother would freeze ten pounds or so every year to use in pie and pastry making. I can remember sitting at the kitchen table operating the rickety antique cherry pitting machine clamped to the tabletop. Hundreds of cherries seated one after another by hand, and for each a single turn of the crank would push out its pit. I would much rather have been out at the ballfield with my friends, but my Gran would advise "No pitting means no cherries." A cruel choice, but I always kept at it, liking cherry pie even more than baseball.
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bmw54
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice tart flavor...
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
But these aren''t cherries you''d feature in a fruit salad or eat out of the can. When I opened the can I wasn''t impressed... many seemed mushy and their flavor didn''t ''pop''; color was a bit pale. However, they made a delicious Black Forest cake that people raved... See more
But these aren''t cherries you''d feature in a fruit salad or eat out of the can. When I opened the can I wasn''t impressed... many seemed mushy and their flavor didn''t ''pop''; color was a bit pale.

However, they made a delicious Black Forest cake that people raved about. I think these cherries should be used for cooking only... they''ll be great in a pie.

Note: I added a squirt of red color to mine. That gave them the more classic-looking cherry-red color I wanted in my party cake.
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A2D
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect for cherry pie
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2020
Size: 14.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)
Like everyone else, the Virus situation has me staying home a lot and taking up activities like baking. I have found that a package of 2 Pillsbury ready made pie dough and 2 cans of these Oregon cherries makes a really great cherry pie. There is just enough juice in 2... See more
Like everyone else, the Virus situation has me staying home a lot and taking up activities like baking. I have found that a package of 2 Pillsbury ready made pie dough and 2 cans of these Oregon cherries makes a really great cherry pie. There is just enough juice in 2 cans for the pie recipe which also calls for 2 cans of these cherries drained. A cup of sugar and some cornstarch is brought to a boil with the juice and some almond extract and poured into the prepared pie pan. Add the top pie dough and bake and you have a great cherry pie with very little effort. The best part is these cherries taste exactly the way a cherry pie cherry should taste. They have good firmness but most importantly, they have that tart sweetness everybody prefers. I love them.
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Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

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Oregon Fruit Pitted Red Tart Cherries lowest in Water, 14.5-Ounce Cans wholesale (Pack of 8) sale

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