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Washington Cherries

Red & Rainier Cherries

It’s Cherry Season!

The freshest cherries of the season are here. Hurry in for Washington’s finest.

When to Enjoy

The season for Washington cherries is sweet but short. They’re at their absolute best in early July—juicy and sweet, plump and ripe. We work directly with our growers to ensure our cherries are fresh and picked by hand, because that's the best way to enjoy some of the best cherries in the world.

Tips

  • Cherries like it cold! Get them into the refrigerator as soon as you get them home.
  • Cherries with stems last longer than cherries with stems removed.
  • Rinse cherries under cold water when you’re ready to enjoy them (not earlier).
  • Cherries brought to room temperature will have better flavor than cold ones.
  • To freeze cherries, pit them first.
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