JUICES & PUREES
Puree with seeds
Puree without seeds
The strawberry is a semi-acid fruit which stands out for its many uses in cooking, apart from its complex flavour. The perfect mixture between sweet and acid that keeps remarkable surprises inside.
The vitamins volume of strawberries is considerable, particularly in vitamin C, important to the creation of collagen in our body as well as antioxidant to battle the action of free radicals.
Among other, it also contains vitamin K, which appears in the process of blood coagulation and contributes in bones strengthening Besides, we can take advantage of its nutrients independently of its form, from strawberry concentrate to strawberry juice.
THE STRAWBERRY PROVIDES FOLIC ACID TO OUR BODY
This little red colour fruit contains very little calories and it is low in sugar. Furthermore, thanks to the high fibre levels it has a laxative effect, which linked with what was mentioned before, make it in an ally in weight loss diets.
The strawberry is a fruit rich in minerals, so it provides big volumes of iron, essential element to the right performance of blood related processes. Other fruit with iron are the passion fruit or the blackberry.
The strawberry can be consumed in concentrates, juices and purees.