Strawberries are the fruit of the Rosaceae genus of flowering plants called Fragaria. Strawberries are not actually berries, despite their name. According to science, strawberries are a fruit known as an “accessory aggregation.” The strawberry plant refers to each of the visible seeds on the outside of a strawberry as an ovary, and each ovary holds a seed. The cultivated kinds of strawberries are widely produced all over the world. Strawberries are indigenous to the temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere.
What are the nutritional benefits of strawberries?
The fruits, which are high in vitamin C, are frequently consumed fresh as a dessert fruit, as a filling for pastries or pies, and they can be preserved in a variety of ways.