Stoneridge Orchards has a rich history. The Dorsing Family has been farming for generations. Starting in 1960 with a modern homesteading lottery, the Dorsing family entered and won the right to farm 160 acres in central Washington. Since moving there, this family has been producing organic cherries, blueberries, raspberries, apples and pears. All of their products are certified organic, all-natural, and produced without nasty artificial preservatives, hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, or all the other undesirable ingredients.
Delicious Stoneridge Orchards Cherries taste sweet and tart!
My kids love eating fruit. So do I. Since I am watching my weight, I am trying to choose healthier foods. When I get a sweet tooth, I try to eat fruit first instead of the cupcakes and cookies. It doesn’t always work but when it does, I feel like I am making small steps to a healthier lifestyle.
Our house consumes fruit snacks. They are great for after school, instead of candy or any other time. Some fruit snack brands actually have fruit in them, other snacks are just sugar. I was thrilled to try Stoneridge Orchards dried fruit because it can take the place of fruit snacks.
These cherries taste amazing. Sweet, tart and full of the fruity flavor you crave. The bag was practically eaten in one sitting when my family got their fingers on it. Popping these delicious cherries in your mouth seems too easy. They taste fresh and are dried perfectly so they are chewy but not gritty.
We loved both of these flavors. I love that they are organic and don’t have any of the artificial ingredients. These cherries are made simple, pulled straight from the tree, dried and delivered in a bag.
Overall, these Stoneridge Orchard cherries are delicious snacks. I love having fruit on hand but fresh fruit ripens so fast. This bag of dried fruit is delicious and being able to pack the kids a little snack in their lunches is so easy. I can pack them a side of fruit in their lunch knowing they are getting all the goodness of cherries without the added sugar.
Do you need a side of fruit for your child’s lunch?