Stoneridge Orchards: Cherry and Blueberry Review

Stoneridge Orchards: Blueberries and Cherries Review + Giveaway

The story of Stoneridge Orchards dates back to the 1960’s in Central Washington and the modern homesteading lottery. In 1962 a gentleman by the name of Karl Dorsing had not only entered this modern homesteading lottery but won 160 acres. This win allowed him to move himself and his family to Royal City Washington and create what today is
known as Royal Ridge Fruits.

In 2010 this 3rd generational family owned and managed company created Stoneridge Orchards. Stoneridge Orchards was created for use as a consumer brand. With the creation of a consumer brand came the addition of a berry mix, dried peaches slices as well as Greek Yogurt covered fruits and Dark Chocolate covered fruits. The fertile high desert region of Central Washington was the perfect environment to grow their all natural organic cherries, blueberries, raspberries, apple and pears.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Stoneridge Orchards. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a couple of bags of fruit from Stoneridge Orchards including;

Blueberries dipped in Greek Style Yogurt: The health benefits of blueberries are well-known and something that we like to have as an easy snack. Normally I am not a fan of yogurt covered items, but these were not to sweet and the blueberry came through.

Montmorency Cherries dipped in Dark Chocolate:  Dark chocolate covering cherries were really good. I decided to freeze them and this made them crunchy and cool, which was a nice treat during these hot days. If you are a fan of cherries and dark chocolate I would HIGHLY recommend these.

Montmorency Cherries These are whole dried tart cherries that are pitted for us (despite this, be careful when eating these, pit parts can still be included). If you love cherries you will love these and they would be great in a bread or baking.

Whole Dried Blueberries:  When we ate these blueberries there was a wine flavored after taste, and being that we are not wine drinkers we did not enjoy them. That being said, I imagine you could add them to pancakes, a bread or even add some to a blender for a fruit smoothie.

Stoneridge Orchards happens to be the number one producer of Montmorency Cherries on the West Coast which means that the know how to grow a cherry. If you are fans of fruits covered or plain then give these Stoneridge Orchards fruits a try!

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GIVEAWAY: Stoneridge Orchards/Royal Ridge Fruits is offering a assortment of fruit to my readers! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 1 – 5oz pack each of Blueberries dipped in Greek Style Yogurt, Montmorency Cherries dipped in Dark ChocolateMontmorency Cherries and Whole Dried Blueberries – This is a $24.00 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on October 1st (10/1/2017) to receive this fruit assortment! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Stoneridge Orchards. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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66 thoughts on “Stoneridge Orchards: Cherry and Blueberry Review

  1. Lisa V.

    Bananas are my favorite fruit (especially when they wind up in banana bread or banana cake!).

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  2. Chris L

    I just love berries. strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, boysenberries, logan berries, etc

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  3. Sandy Klocinski

    Pomegranates.. Even though it’s tedious and time consuming to open and get the fruit. I hate the already peeled ones from the grocery stores. They never take the rotten ones out

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  4. Maureen

    I love pomegranates and wait all year for them to come into season. I love Cherries and could eat them all the time. Love blueberries and grapes. Oh well I guess I wrote more than one.

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  5. karley moore

    I love ALL fruit, but my favorites are strawberries and pineapple!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  6. Lisa Brown

    That’s really tough. I love strawberries, but nothing tastes like summer like watermelon does!

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  7. Patricia Brewer

    Today, it’s a banana. If they were available to snack on right now, I’d say tomatoes. If I could grow them myself, I’d have to say grapes. Mmm. Now I’m hungry. Look what you did. 🙂

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  8. barbg

    Well my favorite fruit is watermelon when it is fresh. Right now though, I am trying my best to eat it without salt and it really takes away from the enjoyment. I do love these berries!

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  9. Cyndie Walls

    These look so yummy! I would love to try these! This would be a great treat during movie time or any time! Great review! 👍

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  10. Lisa Williams

    My favorite fruit is the concord grape,but if I can’t find those I like red seedless grapes.

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