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Our Guests are the Best! {stories about cherries}

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One of the best perks of working at Friske’s Farm Market is the interaction I get to have with our guests. I enjoy telling our family’s story. I am glad to give recommendations and tips about our products. I answer every question to the best of my ability and if I don’t have the answer I dig deeper until I find it.

I especially like to hear our guest’s stories. I like to hear why they came in. Often it’s their first time but then there’s the guest who walks up to the counter with a 5 lb bag of IQF Red Tart Cherries and/or a quart of Tart Cherry Juice or Concentrate. I have to ask, do you have a specific reason for getting these items? Repeatedly, the answer I receive is ‘it helps me with my arthritis’. Another common response is, ‘it takes care of my gout’.

Just recently a lady said “I put 1 cup of the IQF red tart cherries in my oatmeal every morning and I drink a glass of Red Tart Cherry Juice every day. It keeps my arthritis in check and off of medication”.

YEAH for the POWER OF RED❣️I’d love to hear your stories about the POWER OF RED.

-Judy (Friske) Kehr

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