Cherries grow and ripen on coffee farms around the world.

Coffee trees — which tend to grow in tropical areas about 3,500 feet above sea level, will bear fruit, or coffee cherries, every year for approximately 25 years until they need replanting. When they are bright red, they are ready to be picked.

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