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Tart Cherry Juice Powder
What is Tart Cherry Juice Powder? Discover the natural health benefits of this antioxidant-rich red powder.

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Simple Ways to Manage Arthritis
There are many natural remedies to ways to manage arthritis pain including natural remedy practices, herbal medications, as well meditation techniques.

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National Cherry Month
National Cherry Month is the time of year were anyone and everyone can enjoy everything cherries have to offer. No matter if you are looking to enj...

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Yoga Positions for Arthritis
12 low impact yoga move to help reduce arthritis and joint pain naturally.

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Exercises While Seated
Sometimes you may not be able to get up and walk around to loosen your joints and muscles. If you suffer from arthritis, it is absolutely vital tha...

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Low Impact Exercise for Seniors Videos 6 -10
These are great step-by-step videos to help anyone moving. Best of all these are low impact. If a person can exercise at least three times each wee...

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Low-Impact Exercises for Seniors Videos 1 - 5
Whenever a person has been diagnosed with arthritis, it is absolutely vital that they keep it moving in some type of physical activity.  Our joints...

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Great Tasting Fall and Halloween Recipes
Great Tasting Halloween Recipes...Not to Scary!

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How to Get the Right Weight Loss Mindset
With all of the craziness going on in the world including Covid-19 and increasing stress levels, it seems for many individuals extra weight and ext...

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A Special Thanks to Betty for her Testimonial
Customer testimonial for Cherry Juice Concentrate from Traverse Bay Farms.

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Cherry Harvest Season 2020 is Wrapped Up
Most of the Michigan cherry harvest season is completed. With the exception of a few Michigan cherry growers, the 2020 cherry harvest season is officially over.

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Cherry Picking in Traverse City

Great news, it’s the 2020 U-Pick cherry season in Traverse City. Did you know the Traverse City area is often referred to as the “Cherry Capital of the World?”

The reason is this cherry growing region grows over 65% of all tart cherries in the United States. Some in this cherry-picking area also refer to this region as the “Traverse Bay Farms Region”, too.


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