Utah farm gives Los Angeles a taste of fresh sour cherries

07/21/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Jam and pie makers in California typically have to make do with canned or frozen sour cherries, but that may be changing. Most sour cherries in the U.S. are grown in Michigan, but Utah's McMullin Orchards will send 80 tons of the slightly sweeter Balaton variety to the Los Angeles area; additionally, Murray Family Farms near Bakersfield, Calif., expects to harvest its first crop of sour cherries from a new one-acre orchard next year.

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