Whatever the variety, strawberries are a fruit with a high water content (about 90%) and relatively light in carbohydrates or sugars (6-9%, average of fruit: 10-14%). As a result, and given their low levels of protein and fat, strawberries provide little energy: on average 35 kcal or 146 kJ per 100 g, which is not a lot for a fruit. The carbohydrates are giving the strawberry its sweet flavor. It is rich in vitamin C: just a portion of 150 g (what is usually being eaten) comprehensively covers the recommended daily intake of this vitamin (80 mg for adults).
The vitamin B group is present in average quantities, with the presence of biotin (vitamin B8) and folate (vitamin B9), two B vitamins generally quite sparse in fruits. Finally, a small amount of provitamin A (carotene) is also present. The mineral density of the strawberry (mineral intake per 100 kcal) is very interesting, especially for magnesium (34 mg/100 kcal), calcium (57 mg/100 kcal), and iron (1.14 mg/100 kcal).
Packaging: 10 x 250 gr punnets in a carton of 2.5 kg net
Recommended storage & transport temperature: 0.5 °C
Relative Humidity: 95
Freezing Temperature: -0.8°C