Patent

Method of Preserving Fresh Cherries

Patent 4298623 Issued on November 3, 1981. Estimated Expiration Date: December 14, 1999.

Description
This invention relates to the processing of cherries, and more particularly to a method of processing fresh uncooked cherries in such amanner as to render the cherries storable. The invention further concerns a method of processing cherries which have been stored in the manner contemplated… [Continue]

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