Strawberries (2 lbs.)

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Model # 8 |

Why we love this

Dense with nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants, these fresh and juicy strawberries make a wonderful treat. Simply rinse, slice (if you like) and enjoy.

About this item

  • High in vitamin C
  • Good source of fiber
  • Fresh, flavorful strawberry fruit
  • Great for smoothies, cakes, pies, cereal and more
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Enjoy these Strawberries (2 lbs.) any time of day. They're also ideal to share with family and friends. These big berries are fresh and flavorful. They're all natural, making them a healthier alternative to processed snacks.

Are Strawberries Good for You?

Fresh strawberries are juicy and sweet. They're dense with nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants for a variety of health benefits. While tasty, these berries can help improve heart health, decrease blood pressure and guard against cancer.

Can Strawberries Help You Lose Weight?

Adding some strawberry fruit to your diet may aid in weight loss. As a good source of fiber, they're ideal for digestive health and can also curb the appetite. These big strawberries are free of sodium, fat and cholesterol. On top of that, they're also low in calories and high in vitamin C.

Quick, Guilt-free Snack

Fill a bowl with fresh strawberries to snack on while at a family gathering or watching your favorite TV show. You can pack some into a lunch box for school or work to create a nutritional meal. These berries can even be dehydrated for a year-round snack that can easily be taken on road trips.

Get Creative

Besides eating these red strawberries on their own, you can add them to numerous dishes. Simply slice, dice and toss them into yogurt, smoothies, oatmeal and even cereal to make breakfast fun. For a flavorful lunch, use these big berries in salads or as an ingredient in salsa. They can be made into preserves or jam, as well as ice cream. Use them as filling for pies and cakes.

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