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1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]-CNY Special-MBG Fruit Shop
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1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry [1kg/Pack]

DESCRIPTION

New Zealand Stella Cherry

Cherries are actually classified as a type of fruit called a drupe, or also known as stone fruits. Stone Fruits consist of thin skin, a fleshy body, a hard stone and an inner seed.

Product Description

  1. Origin : New Zealand
  2. Color : Blackish-red
  3. Nutrition : High in Vitamin C, Potassium, Fiber, Vitamin B, Manganese, Copper, Magnesium and Vitamin K
  4. Taste : Sweet sour
  5. Skin is edible and has seeds in the center
  6. How to eat : Wash the fruit and enjoy! Also can be add in any sweet and savory recipes.
  7. Caution : May cause adverse effects in some people due to its high oxalate content. Anyone with kidney problems should limit their consumption.

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1 Pack x New Zealand Stella Cherry (1Kg/pack)

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    Dean
    Sweet and juicy

    I was expecting the cherries to be crunchy but it was not that really crunchy. However they did taste good.

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    Dean
    Sweet and juicy

    I was expecting the cherries to be crunchy but it was not that really crunchy. However they did taste good.

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