Fresh Strawberries

About the Produce

The World of Strawberries

Strawberries: A Berry Good Source of Nutrients and Flavor
Strawberries, the favorite of berry lovers, are an iconic fruit widely appreciated for their vivid red color, sweet-smelling aroma, juicy texture, and naturally sweet yet mildly tart flavor. Perfectly suited for desserts, salads, or just a nutritious snack, strawberries serve as a versatile delight for all taste buds.

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Nutritional Value

Nutritional Facts Behind the Juicy Strawberries

A cup of whole strawberries (around 145 grams) provides roughly 46 calories. These heart-shaped berries are known for their remarkable Vitamin C content, offering around 98% of the daily value. They also supply a decent amount of dietary fiber, along with smaller amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and an array of other vitamins and minerals.
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Health Benefits

Exploring the Health Benefits of Strawberries

Strawberries, while being low in calories, serve a list of health advantages. The impressive amount of Vitamin C present in strawberries supports immune function, skin health, and iron absorption. Their fiber content aids digestion and helps maintain a feeling of fullness. Moreover, the antioxidants and plant compounds in strawberries can have heart health benefits, among others.

Peak Season

Seasonal Insights Into Strawberries

Although strawberries are available in grocery stores almost year-round, the peak season for freshest and most flavorful strawberries traditionally lies in late spring and early summer.
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Varieties We Carry*

*Subject to availability
FAQs for
Fresh strawberries should be deep red, bright, firm, have no signs of mold, and should still have their green caps attached.
Because strawberries are quite perishable, they should be refrigerated to increase their shelf life.
Yes, strawberries, being low in sugar and carbohydrate content, are an ideal choice for diabetics.
No, washing berries before storage can introduce moisture and encourage mold growth. They should be washed just before eating or preparing.
Generally, the seeds are not noticeable when eating and don’t interfere with the fruit’s taste or texture. Plus, they are perfectly safe to eat.

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