What is a sour cherry?

The sour cherry is a fruit that is smaller than the average Bing cherry. It can also be called Morello, tart or Montmorency cherry.

The sour cherry (from its botanical name Prunus cerasus) is much more resistant to cold than other cherry trees. It has been cultivated in Quebec since the early 2000s. The new cherry trees, which produce very tart fruit, were created by the University of Saskatchewan to withstand our climates.


To learn more about sour cherry



About Unifruits :

Local third generation family business recognized for its quality products; sugar free spreads and other Croque-Cerise product which is currently available in more than 50 retail points in the province of Quebec. Unifruits is among one of the few compagny in Quebec who produce, transform and distribute sour cherry.

Our story

Many products made from sour cherries

Unifruits is proud to present some local businesses that use our sour cherries in their product. With so many diverse tasty products, your taste buds will ask for more.

Click here to know all companies that use our sour cherries ...

Our next events ... Come and meet us!

One of a Kind - Toronto

From October 22 to December 20, 2020

Find out more ...

Salon des Artisans - Québec

From November 27 to December 6, 2020

Find out more ...

Salon de Métiers d'Art - Montréal

From December 10 to 21, 2020

For more information ...