Celebrating Cherries for over 50 years!

Whole fruit

Welcome to Underwood Orchards, your online source for healthy and delicious CherryFlex products.

CherryFlex is made from the whole fruit, including the skin and pulp, using our exclusive process that keeps the benefits of the Montmorency cherry intact. We rely on Mother Nature’s formula. Started in 2000, CherryFlex is an industry leader of natural, all-fruit foods promoting healthy living, and always focusing on superior quality and value.

It’s all good

CherryFlex products do not contain preservatives, fillers, additives or coloring and are processed without harsh solvents or high temperatures. CherryFlex uses only USA-grown Montmorency red tart cherries and other premium grade domestic fruits in its expanding food line. Our products are laboratory-tested and certified, and research on CherryFlex products — along with 50 other scientific research studies — repeatedly show the health benefits of Montmorency red tart cherries.

Pure is best

Capturing the health benefits of fresh fruit on a year-round basis became the goal for company founder and president, Bob Underwood.

Using our exclusive process, all of our products are made from premium grade USA-grown fruit without preservatives, added sugars, fillers or coloring.

Simple is best when it comes to your health and your family’s. CherryFlex helps keep life simple — the natural, whole fruit way!

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Going the distance

Ashlea Walters bike

“I had almost no major ‘recovery time’ after the 40-mile run. The next day I went for a little hike with my family and never looked back. I tell a lot of people about the CherryFlex gel and where they can get it.”
Ashlea Walter, Traverse City, Mich.

Take it from a pro


“It’s just great tasting and helps tremendously. I eat peanut-butter-and-CherryFlex sandwiches.”
— Blake Sloan, hockey player and cyclist

As a runner …

MichelleBroad“I take it every day and miss it when I don’t. As a runner, it’s good for cramping and muscle fatigue.”

— Michelle Broad, Traverse City, Mich.