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That's how healthy strawberries are

  1. It is well known that strawberries are very tasty. Delicious on rusk or in cake, but also straight from the hand, the strawberry is a real treat. In addition, strawberries are full of healthy substances that your body needs. Strawberries are that healthy!

  1. Strawberries are the fifth most commonly eaten fruit in the Netherlands. This delicious delicacy is not actually a fruit, but a false fruit; it is the seeds on the outside that are the real fruit. In the Netherlands, more than 40,000 tons of strawberries are grown every year. Do you often eat Dutch strawberries? Then there is a good chance that they will come out of the greenhouse.

Full of flavor, good for your fat production

  1. Strawberries are low in calories. A bowl filled with 100 grams of these delicious summer rabbits contains only 29 kilocalories. And so you also have half of the daily recommended amount of fruit.

Packed with Vitamin C

  1. These tasty red fruits contain a large amount of vitamin C; after the kiwi most of all fruits. This is good for your resistance, your skin and hair and helps to fight colds. In addition, vitamin C is an antioxidant. This ensures that certain harmful substances in the body are neutralized.

A source of folic acid

  1. Besides vitamin C, strawberries also contain folic acid. This is also called vitamin B11 and it is often pregnant women who have a shortage of this and can therefore use an extra portion. Folic acid is important for the growth of the body and for the production of red and white blood cells. It is also important for the early development of unborn children.

A source of potassium

  1. Strawberries are a good source of potassium. Potassium is important for good blood pressure and regulating the fluid balance in the body. It is also important for proper muscle contraction and conduction of nerve impulses.


  1. They are available all year round. You can get plenty of real Dutch strawberries, especially in the summer months. February is the only month that the Dutch strawberry is not available, but fortunately those from abroad are.

How do you keep them good?

  1. Strawberries are very delicate, which makes them bruise and moldy quickly. In the refrigerator strawberries will keep for one to three days, in a cool place outside the refrigerator this is one day. If you freeze strawberries, you can keep them for eight months to a year. You keep them good for the longest by keeping them with a crown and uncovered.


  1. Marinated strawberries Strawberries with smoked salmon Water with lime, strawberry and mint Strawberry brioche sandwich Strawberry amaretti dessert

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