Rainier cherries are Low in fat, Sodium-free and Cholesterol-free. They're also a source of fiber and vitamin C.
The Rainier Cherry was created in 1952 at Washington State University by Harold Fogle and is a cross between Bing and Van cherries.
Rainier cherries are also known as the "white cherry" because they have white flesh and the skin is yellowish-red blush once they're ripe.
In Japan, Rainier cherries often sell for more than a dollar each.