NEW YORK -- The Cherry Marketing Institute introduced a consumer campaign emphasizing new research that shows tart cherries offer more antioxidants than cranberries and almost as much as blueberries. Growers banded together to fund the research and to release the information in the first-ever Cherry Nutrition Report, a summary of the scientific evidence on the health benefits of tart cherries, which are grown primarily in Michigan. The study reinforced what's been known for years as a home ...
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