TRANSITIONAL ORGANIC, NO SPRAY OR FERTILIZERS, INSANELY GREAT TASTE
Eden selected 'transitional to organic' Montmorency tart cherries infused with organic apple juice concentrate, slowly dried, and misted with organic safflower oil to prevent clumping.
No refined sugar, sulfates, or preservatives. Fat free, very low sodium with no salt added. A good source of fiber. Contains 1.4 milligrams of antioxidant anthocyanins per 45 gram serving.
Easy to keep at hand when on the go, at school, work, or home. Include them in making desserts, pastries, breads, granola, popcorn balls, muesli, hot cereal, as a salad garnish, or whatever your imagination comes up with. Reclosable standing pouch.
OTL Source, Cell, and PH Approved.
INCREDIBLE TASTE AND NUTRITIONAL POWERHOUSE
Add these cherries to anything and everything because you'll be loving the tart, delicious flavor.
But where these cherries really shine is their incredible health benefits.
Acute inflammation is part of the body's protective response to injuries, infections and other irritants, but long-term low grade inflammation puts you at risk of serious conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
Tart Cherries have amazing potential to lower inflammation, aid muscle recovery, and support melatonin levels.
Generally, tart cherries have been found to have higher concentrations of phenolics and anthocyanins than sweet cherries. Tart cherries are also slightly lower in sugar. Half a cup of sweet cherries contains 9.3 g of sugar and 46 calories, compared to 6.6 g of sugar and 39 calories in tart cherries.
Easy to keep at hand when on the go, at school, work, or home. Include them in making desserts, pastries, breads, granola, popcorn balls, muesli, hot cereal, as a salad garnish, or whatever your imagination comes up with.
A BRAND YOU CAN TRUST WITH OVER 40 YEARS LEADING THE NATURAL FOOD MOVEMENT
Eden Foods began in southern Michigan in the late 1960s among friends sourcing natural food. Youth motivated by study of a worldwide phenomenon stemming from macrobiotics; the centering of ones eating around whole grain and seasonal local plant foods that are not toxic chemical adulterated or nutrient depleted.
Natural foods were simply not available at the time, so an Eden Foods Co-op was started to acquire them. Initial $200 orders to Erewhon in Boston and Chico-san in California were well received and caused a local stir. This lead to co-op members traveling rural roads, knocking on doors, looking for farmers to grow food using organic methods.
The Eden co-op grew into a natural food store offering whole grains, beans, soyfoods, sea vegetables, miso, cereals, unrefined vegetable oils, seed and nut butters, and the like. It expanded adding a cafeteria, bakery, and books which became known as the Eden Deli. It was one of very few places in the U.S.A. where you could get natural, organic, macrobiotic food.
Folks came from near and far. Health food stores called asking to get the foods we were carrying. An EDEN brand began to take shape.
In 1972 Eden opened its first warehouse and established relations with artisan Japanese traditional food makers. Imports of sea vegetables, teas, miso, shoyu, umeboshi plums, kuzu root starch, rice vinegar, rice bran pickles, mirin, etc. followed. This solidified Eden as an important natural food source for the United States and Canada.