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4-lbs Traverse Bay Fruit Dried Cherries EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4-lbs Traverse Bay Fruit Dried Cherries on sale for $20.90 -> now $21.76 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save or w/ Prime. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+, otherwise is $5.99. Thanks Thenitro

Amazon also has 4-lbs Traverse Bay Fruit Dried Cranberries on sale for $16.38 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save or w/ Prime. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+, otherwise is $5.99.
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Great deal on delicious dried cherries! Usually about $14 more during regular price. Enjoy!

https://www.amazon.com/Traverse-B...prod_image - Now $20.71 >$21.73 >$21.76


Same good deal with the dried cranberries!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...prod_image - $16.38
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Just FYI, this was under Q&A.
Because these are cheap tart cherries. Not very eatable without the added sugar. Dried bing/sweet cherries are much more expensive. About 20% of the weight in this product is added sugar :-(
Why does anyone add sugar to fruit? STOP THAT

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$20.90 for 4lbs if anyone was wondering, Should be in the title.

Save 5% with S&S (at least 5 items, no discount for fewer items).
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16.38 for 4 lbs showing to me

Not sure why I clicked w o this crucial info in title
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16.38 for 4 lbs showing to me

Not sure why I clicked w o this crucial info in title
Not for me
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And the cranberries are only 16.38, or 15.56 with 5% S&S. Really good prices for both.

According to the Camel, the cherries haven't been this price since 2011.

And the cranberries match the all-time low price, but's that's been more frequent in recent years.
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Can you eat these from the bag? Or do you use these in recipes?
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Can you eat these from the bag? Or do you use these in recipes?
I bought them in 2011 and they were great by the handful
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Just FYI, this was under Q&A.
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called the company and was told that, per serving, the dried cherries have 11 g of added sugar, the cranberries have 15 g. added, and the blueberries have 9 g. Each 4 g of sugar equals a teaspoon. Check the various fruits for serving size.
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Shows more than $20 for me
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More like regular price..bought it few years ago at same price
Total before tax: $18.44
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Shows more than $20 for me
So this deal is busted.
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Just FYI, this was under Q&A.
Why does anyone add sugar to fruit? STOP THAT
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That is regular price for the cranberries
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Just FYI, this was under Q&A.
I hate when they add sugar to already sweet dried fruit. Sigh.
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