Delicious and nutrition-rich red colored strawberries are native to Europe and have been around since the first century. Strawberries come from the family of Rosaceae, of the genus: Fragaria. The berry features red pulp with tiny yellow color seeds piercing through its surface from inside. Top end has small, green leafy cap and stem that is adorning its crown. The obvious use of strawberries is culinary! They can be eaten on their own, with strawberries and cream, with ice-cream… pretty much any dessert, but that's not all. They can be baked (Baked Strawberry Apples is a favorite recipe, or eaten straight out of hand! Frozen strawberries are used worldwide as ingredients for products such as jelly, yogurt, fruit bars, ice cream, sorbet, baby foods, beverages and many more! Strawberries are low in calories (32 kcal/100g) and fats but rich source of many health promoting phyto-nutrients, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health. More than half of U.S. kids pick strawberries as their favorite fruit. No wonder. The fruit is pretty to our eyes, sweet to our taste, and juicy in our mouths.