Poulis S.A. Central : 1st Km Tirnavos – Ambelonas, Larisa, Greece
Cherry

Poulis S.A. cherry production comes from Agia, Larisa
and is fully certified by GlobalGAP. The fruit is first
brought to a refrigerated storage facility maintained
by the company.The cherries go through a precooling
process with a special hydro cooler at the same
facility. Packing takes place the next morning
at the Poulis processing center at Agia in
Larisa, Thessalia. A sophisticated
electronic calibrator ensures
accurate sorting on the basis
of size and color.

Available Packaging
Packaging Net Weight Pieces Pallet Dimension
Carton 25Χ30X10 2,5Kg 240 0.80×1.20
IFCO 4310 4Kg 136 0.80×1.20
Carton 60Χ40X10 (10x500gr) 5Kg 60 0.80×1.20
Wooden 20Χ20X10 1Kg 528 0.80×1.20
Wooden 20Χ30X10 2,5Kg 288 0.80×1.20
Carton 30Χ40X13 Carrybags 6Kg 128 0.80×1.20
Cherry

Poulis S.A. cherry production comes from Agia, Larisa and is fully certified by GlobalGAP. The fruit is first brought to a refrigerated storage facility maintained by the company.The cherries go through a precooling process with a special hydro cooler at the same facility. Packing takes place the next morning at the Poulis processing center at Agia in Larisa, Thessalia. A sophisticated electronic calibrator ensures accurate sorting on the basis of size and color.

POULIS S.A. | Premium Quality Cherries | Available Varieties : All Cherries varieties | Sources : Lamia, Agia, Melivoia, Rachi Pieria, Imathia , Pella – Greece | POULIS S.A. | FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES | ΠΟΥΛΗΣ Α.Ε.

Handpicked with care
Finest Quality Cherries

Continuous monitoring of the cherry orchards and harvesting at the appropriate stage of ripeness, in conjunction with maintaining the “cold chain”, contributes to consistently high fruit quality. The quality and excellent taste of the fruit are also due to the fact that much of the land where the cherries are grown is quite dry. The main varieties in an order based on harvesting date are as follows: Satin, Samba, Larian, Crystalina, Georgia, Early Star, Grey Star, Black Star, Big Star, Lapins, Bakirtzeika (Greek variety), Ferovia, Germensdorfer, Skenna, Regina, Kordia, Sweet Heart.

Handpicked with care
Finest Quality Cherries

Continuous monitoring of the cherry orchards and harvesting at the appropriate stage of ripeness, in conjunction with maintaining the “cold chain”, contributes to consistently high fruit quality. The quality and excellent taste of the fruit are also due to the fact that much of the land where the cherries are grown is quite dry. The main varieties in an order based on harvesting date are as follows: Satin, Samba, Larian, Crystalina, Georgia, Early Star, Grey Star, Black Star, Big Star, Lapins, Bakirtzeika (Greek variety), Ferovia, Germensdorfer, Skenna, Regina, Kordia, Sweet Heart.

Varieties
& Sources:

Available Varieties: All varieties
Sources: Lamia, Agia, Melivia, Rachi Pieria, Imathia , Pella – Greece

Varieties
& Sources:

Available Varieties:
All varieties

Sources: Lamia, Agia, Melivia,
Rachi Pieria, Imathia , Pella – Greece

About Cherries
General Information
About Cherries
General Information

Where do they come from?

The cherry tree is quite a mystery since no one is sure of its origin. The ancient Greeks believed it came from a region of Anatolia called Kerasounta (In Greek, cherries are called “kerasia”). It is in present day Turkey on the coast of the Caspian sea. Turkey is still comes first in the production of cherries. Greece comes in 10th worldwide. Cherries are cultivated mainly in the Northern hemisphere.

When should they be planted?

Cherries are planted from March to May (just like peaches and all stone fruits). They are consumed from mid-May until the end of June.

Climate

The cherry tree prefers mountainous regions with no frost. They love exposure to the sun and they should avoid being exposed to a northern direction.

Nutritional analysis ( 30 cherries – 200 g)

100 g % RI
Energy (kcal) 56 3
Fats (g) 0.1 0
Saturates (g) 0 0
Carbs (g) 11.5 4
Suagrs (g) 11.5 13
Fibre (g) 1.6 6
Protein (g)​ 0.88 2
Salt (g) 0 0

 

The values represent the percentages offered to cover the needs of most people which are 2000 kcal per day.

Recipes

Cherries are wonderful for making natural fruit juices, marmalades, tartes, creams and pies.