Wooden bowl full of cherries on table.
The cherry is a stone fruit (drupe) related to plums, peaches and nectarines. They are one of the true seasonal fruits with a very short growing season that peaks in the summer. Peak seasons may vary a bit around the world with Australia in late December, southern Europe and North America in June, British Columbia, Canada July to mid-August, and the United Kingdom mid-July. They are very popular with customers and part of this may be due to the short time they are available, about three months out of the year. This course presents the information you require to keep cherries at their peak and looking great before those customers snatch them off the shelves while the supplies last.
This course has the following objectives:
•Identify cherry characteristics.
•Identfy how to store and handle cherries.
•Identify how to determine the size of cherries.
•List how to troubleshoot cherry problems.
Course Duration: 30m