There's a new hero in the pantheon of superfruits: Meet the amazing cherry. Joining the ranks alongside the likes of pomegranites and blueberries, the red stemmed fruit is a relative latecomer to the antioxidant world. But what it lost in timing is being made up for with a sharp new logo, a national consumer education campaign and a series of studies summarized in The Cherry Nutrition Report. “People love the taste of cherries, but they tend to think about pie and other desserts,” said ...
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