Strawberries Spoil Fast. This Farmer Offers a Brilliant Tip to Keep Them Fresh Much Longer

The strawberry is one of the most widely eaten fruits in our country and is packed with substances that the human body needs. Among other things, strawberries are rich in vitamin C, potassium and folic acid. These are vitamins and minerals that are essential to our bodies. Because of the vitamin C, they are good for your resistance, but also for your skin and hair. The folic acid, or vitamin B11, is important because it is important for the growth of the body and the production of red & white blood cells.

We recommend to eat strawberries every day, you can do this by eating them as a snack, but you can also add them to your breakfast or lunch. Unfortunately, this can be quite pricey, you easily pay 4.99 for 500 grams of Dutch strawberries, Spanish or Moroccan strawberries are slightly cheaper, but also less tasty. Another disadvantage of strawberries is that unfortunately you can’t keep them fresh for long, this is because they are ‘soft’ fruit. Freezing them is an option, but when you defrost them, the taste is much less pleasant.

Luckily, we’ve found a trick that can keep strawberries fresh for up to a week. So next time, you can take an extra container with you, without stressing about whether you’ll be able to eat them in time! Even better news: you can also use this trick for other soft fruits, such as raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. How to do this? You’ll find the explanation on the next page.