Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)

Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)

  • Case of two 16-ounce bags (total of 32 ounces)
  • Dried organic cherries make healthful sweet snack
  • Fat-free (baked, not fried); no additives; no preservatives; no added sugar
  • Vacuum packed for freshness
  • Made in nut-free facility; packaged in Omak, WA

Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries are fresh sweet cherries dried to chewy perfection.

Rating: (out of 15 reviews)

List Price: $ 31.92

Price: $ 24.55

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5 Comments

  1. Fruit Lover says:

    Review by Fruit Lover for Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
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    I purchase the multi-pack of small (individual serving) dried cherries, but those are no longer listed, but this is the same product from the same company in a different size.

    1. I received my order /months/ after my Amazon order (there was an interim point at which Amazon emailed me to see if I wanted to cancel the order). Amazon did not show out-of-stock at the time of order, so buyer beware.

    2. As other raters have mentioned, the taste is moderate, although the longer you chew them, the more you can taste a subtle cherry flavor. The flavor isn’t as strong as I expected, but I like variety, so this point alone wouldn’t have stopped me from buying

    3. These have pits! I find at least 1-2 in every bag. In addition, I find another several cherries with “crunchy bits” which I suspect are remnants from pits that have chipped or broken during the de-pitting process. I’ve ended up eating these from the bag (very carefully), because they aren’t safe enough to cook in muffins or breads (one of my original goals), because then you wouldn’t be able to see when you are biting into one and the chance of dental damage would be even higher.

    I have ordered other dried fruit from Bare Fruit, and enjoyed them very much (apples, mango, etc.) but I cannot recommend their cherries. I hope my review saves someone a chipped tooth.

  2. Toni Anderson says:

    Review by Toni Anderson for Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
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    Weren’t exactly what I was expecting – they are very dry, tough and a good portion still HAVE THE PITS INSIDE!! A person could easily choke or brake a tooth on a pit (or on the tough, dry texture of the fruit). They have little to no flavor and taste like a bad raisin (no cherry flavor what so ever). I was hoping for more of a dehydrated type fruit that still had a little moisture and flavor left in it – no such luck. However my husband doesn’t mind eating them once in a while which is why I gave them two stars instead of one. There are many other organic products out there that are delicious, so please don’t let this review discourage you from trying other natural and/or organic products.

  3. J.B. says:

    Review by J.B. for Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
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    Contrary to above reviews, I actually think these cherries are pretty good…they could be just a touch sweeter but then, THEY DON’T HAVE SUGAR ADDED, which is a bonus if one is trying to really go natural. Many products available (even the “organics”) have added sugar. I think we are all so accustomed to so much sugar and starch in our foods/diets that products such as these seem bland at first. Also, the company puts a big warning on the bag that they have pits…I believe that the fact that pits show up occasionally is indicative of the fact that they are less processed. So, buying the fresh fruit would be a better option if one wants sweeter but…you would have to deal with the pits!

  4. John Bond says:

    Review by John Bond for Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
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    I wanted organic bing cherries to eat out of the bag. These hit the spot for me. If I wanted safe and artificially sweetened cherries, I would have gone the commercially grown route. I got what I expected and I enjoyed them and will continue to re-order them. As far as I’m concerned they could leave the pits in them. I’m careful about eating any natural or organic product and look for minimally processed products as a plus not a minus.

  5. D. Ritch says:

    Review by D. Ritch for Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Cherries, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
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    I’ve been using the dried cherries (instead of raisins) as an addition to yogurt mixed with oatmeal for a quick breakfast. If you let them sit overnight in the yogurt, they become less chewy in texture. They add a pleasant sweetness to the mixture and the plus is that they’re also organic. (But do watch out for the occasional pit!) This is the second time I’ve ordered this product and I would do so again.

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