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March 13, 2017
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March 13, 2017

Pasteurized Sour Cherries

Pasteurized Sour Cherries

Pitted Fresh Sour Cherries, pausterized without preservative in tins.

After washing and carefully inspecting, the fresh sour cherries are calibrated by millimeter. The sour cherries with diameter more than 17 mm, are then being pitted, and filled in metal tins, usually with size of 5 liter, but other packaging is available by request of the customer. The tins filled with pitted cherries and hot water pass through the exhauster where the air from the liquid is exhausted. After this process the tins are closed, and then pasteurized in pasteurization tunnel. The tins are then arranged on a wooden pallet, stretched with a plastic film, and stored in a warehouse .

Labeling and Packaging

When an order is placed, the tins are cleaned, labeled, arranged by 4 on a carton and packed with thermo foil. These packages are then arranged on a euro wooden pallet, and then stretched with plastic film. One pallet contains 144 labeled and packed tins or 36 packages.
If the tins are unpacked, one pallet contains 168 tins.

Nutrition Facts

100 g of product contains:
Energy kkal(kJ) 51,75 (216,37)
Carbohydrates 12,5 g
Proteins 0 g
Fat 0,5 g

General Facts

Shelflife: 3 years from date of production
Pittolerance: below 1%
Sugar/solid content: above 17%

Tins filled with pitted sour cherries


Filling the tins with liquid


Pasteurization area


Tins arranged on pallets after pasteurization



Tins arranged on pallets after pasteurization


Drained fruits after pasteurization

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