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Hooray for Strawberries


It's strawberry season in the US! Learn more about this delicious berry.

Tips for choosing strawberries

Since strawberries are so fragile, they have to be picked by hand. The United States leads the world in production of strawberries. The United States farms more strawberries to sell each year than any other country in the world.

When choosing strawberries, keep in mind that the berries should be bright red and firm with fresh looking green tops. Don’t buy strawberries that are grayish or have dried brown tops.

You can get strawberries at the store, but you can also find a place near where you live to pick strawberries by searching the web. Whether you pick strawberries yourself, get them at a farmers market, or find them at your local supermarket, here's a simple, tasty, and healthy recipe to try.

Kale-Berry Power Bowl

Makes 1 serving


  • Handful of kale, washed well
  • ½ cup strawberries, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons almond slivers
  • A drizzle balsamic vinegar


Tear kale into small pieces. Toss all the ingredients together and eat. Enjoy!

Recipe remixes

Make it more filling by adding sliced avocado.

Don’t have almonds? Try walnuts or even a bit of granola.

Fast facts about strawberries

A strawberry has about 200 seeds on it. Strawberry plants have pretty white flowers.

Many people are allergic to strawberries. If you're allergic, stay away! Luckily there are plenty of other delicious fruits to eat in summer.

The name strawberry comes from the Old English word strēawberige. The first time the word was used was before the 12th century, according to Merriam-Webster. That's more than 800 years ago!

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