There are very few 100% cherry juices on the market and some are mixed with blueberry or apple juice and most have a very off flavour as well. Ours does not. Black cherries are also higher in antioxidants and anthocyanins than sour cherries and therefore better for your health. (But being a black cherry grower, we would say that). The darker the fruit, the higher in goodness there is.
Agriculture & Agri Food Canada and the Red River College in Manitoba chose our cherry juice, along with 15 other Canadian products, to showcase at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago last year. The comments received from the Chef‚Äôs review ‚ÄúChefs absolutely LOVED your juice and said the overall products (bottles) looked like they belonged in a Dean and Deluca type of store.‚Äù
Tabletree has earned many awards and recognition in the food industry and most recently in 2012, Susan and Gary Snow were named in the Top 10 Business People in the Kootenay Business Magazine. In June, 2013, Tabletree was in the Top 3 for Product of the Year and an Innovation Award at the B.C. Food Processors Awards in Vancouver, B.C. and as well Tabletree is awaiting word after being nominated for a B.C. Export Award.
One research scientist at the Pacific Agriculture Research Station (PARC) in Summerland, B.C. who we had consulted with, said to us upon seeing our finished product for the first time‚Ä¶ ‚ÄúIf you had asked me an hour ago what I thought cherry juice looked like, I would have said oxidized, harsh taste, and overall quality not very good‚Ä¶and then you gave me this‚Ä¶.‚Äù Another scientist took a look at it for a very long time and said, ‚ÄúWhatever you are doing to make this juice don‚Äôt change a thing, continue‚Äù.