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Sweet cherries are a summertime favorite, and you won’t find better than Bing Cherries by Pittman & Davis! Plump, sweet and dark red in color, you’ll save each crisp, flavorful bite.

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Bing Cherries

If you’ve never had fresh Bing Cherries, you’re truly missing out! When you order Bing Cherries online from Pittman & Davis, you get fruit that’s plump and perfect, with a wild, sweet flavor that evokes thoughts of snow-capped mountains and crystal springs. No wonder these premium cherries are a summer favorite!

A cultivar of wild, sweet cherries originating in the Pacific Northwest, Bing Cherries are in season from late spring through early summer depending on where they’re grown. Bing Cherries are big, round, and have dark, purply red flesh and shiny, deep-red skins that are almost black when fully ripe. They have a lovely, sweet-tart flavor and crisp, firm consistency. Bing Cherries are a “drupe” or stone fruit.

  • Pittman & Davis Bing Cherries are plump and juicy
  • Dark-red flesh is supremely sweet with a tart cherry overtone and crisp bite
  • Handpicked, carefully packed and shipped immediately
  • Bing Cherries are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants

Pittman & Davis Bing Cherries are a Healthy Snack!

Looking for a healthy, refreshing snack? Buy Bing cherries gifts from Pittman & Davis! Our Bing cherries are an excellent source of vitamin A to maintain healthy organ functioning and contain antioxidants, including vitamin C, to strengthen the immune system, reduce inflammation, and protect cells against free radical damage. The cherries also provide calcium to protect bones and teeth, fiber to regulate the digestive tract, potassium to balance fluid levels within the body, and lower amounts of iron, magnesium, and vitamin K.

A serving of Bing Cherries (about 20 cherries) contains:

  • 80 calories
  • 1 g fat
  • 12 g carbohydrates
  • 10 g sugars
  • 2 g dietary fiber
  • High in Vitamins C & A, minerals and antioxidants

About Pittman & Davis Bing Cherries

Bing cherries were first discovered growing in the orchard of Seth Lewelling in 1875 in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, near the city of Milwaukie. The fruit is named for Ah Bing, a Chinese immigrant of Manchurian descent who was the head foreman of Lewelling’s nursery. According to expert sources, Bing was walking with Lewelling through the orchard one day in 1875 when they noticed a new type of cherry growing on one of the trees. Lewelling selected the new cherry for commercial propagation and decided to name the variety after Bing to honor his hard work and dedication to the farm.

Bing Cherries are believed to be an open-pollinated cross between Black Republican and Royal Ann Cherries. The variety was selected for its large size, uniform shape, sweet-tart flavor, and pigmented coloring, as it was the only dark red cultivar produced in the Pacific Northwest during the late 19th century. Today Bing cherries are one of the most commercially produced varieties in the United States.

What to do with Bing Cherries?

When you shop cherries from Pittman & Davis, you and your gift recipients get a special treat with fresh cherries delivered to their door. Their sweet-tart flavor make fresh gourmet Cherries perfect for snacking, cooking, canning, or freezing. They’re a delightful treat when dipped in chocolate, used as a topping on cereal, yogurt, parfaits, pancakes, and ice cream, or tossed into green and fruit salads. Bing Cherries can also be blended into smoothies or juiced for fruit punches, sparkling beverages, cocktails, or sangria.

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