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Dried Strawberries (Unsweetened)

Dried Strawberries (Unsweetened)

Regular price $29.79
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Dried without preservatives or sweeteners, our Unsweetened Dried Strawberries emit distinct, luscious, sweet and tart flavors only produced from the best California strawberries. Some ask, "What do you do with dried strawberries?" The correct question is, "What don't you do with dried strawberries?!" Try them in muffins, cereal, salads, yogurts, cupcakes, pancakes or devour these tender treats right out of the bag! Considering this super fruit is more tempting than candy, we can't figure out what not to do with dried strawberries! Anyone who gets a whiff of the genuine strawberry aromas gushing from each bag of Unsweetened Dried Strawberries will beg you for a handful--so be sure to get extras online today.

Bella Viva Berries:
Eight minutes from our orchard the Saetern family grows the sweetest, tastiest strawberries around. Always imagining different fruits to dry, we transformed their perishable fresh strawberries into long-lasting, sweet-yet-tangy delights. Utilizing our innovative drying method, it takes about 12 pounds of fresh strawberries to make one pound dried, making them a little pricey.

Cancer Fighting
An Ohio State University study found that strawberry consumption slowed the growth of precancerous esophageal lesions. Other studies have shown that strawberries can increase anti-cancer activity in the liver, breast, and colon. Part of strawberrys cancer-fighting properties lie in their antioxidant-bursting pigment. The National Cancer Institute explains how antioxidants may battle cancer-causing free radicals and cleanse the blood of toxins. Their studies suggest strawberries ellagic acid can significantly reduce liver cancer cells and possibly make cancer causing molecules inactive.

Health Benefits
According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, strawberries may play a major role in lowering blood pressure. High in fiber, Folate, antioxidants, and without fats, strawberries are great for your heart and can help lower cholesterol. Strawberries also contain vitamin-B, a cardiac muscle strengthener and heart functionality helper. The USDA found that strawberries aid in slowing the decline of age-related loss of cognitive and motor skills.

Fun Facts
There are 23,000 acres of strawberries planted in California each year, yielding 1 billion pounds of strawberries!
The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
There are over 600 varieties of strawberries, cultivated and wild. Cultivated strawberries are hybrids and sold in stores. Wild strawberries are smaller and are more intense in flavor.
The strawberry is a member of the rose family and is the only fruit with seeds on the outside. The acid in strawberries dissolves dental tartar and improves gum health.

Sources: online.wjs.com, www.msmediacenter.tv, www.strawberrynutritionnews.com, longlifetips.net, hubpages.com, www.organicfacts.net, www.cancer.org, www.whfoods.com, www.dole.com, www.calstrawberry.com, urbanex.illinios.edu, strawberriesweb.com, www.cancer.gov, www.livestrong.com.
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Allergen Statement: Packaged in a facility that packs tree nuts and dairy products.

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