The red colour of strawberries is produced by an antioxidant called Pelargonidin. With the Spanish sun and organic methods used to grow these strawberries each one is as sweet and juicy as the last.
Storage Information and Shelf-life
Store in the fridge, wash before use and best eaten in 1-3 days.
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Our organic berries are produced in Herefordshire on Haygrove’s carbon neutral farms. Angus Davison started Haygrove in 1987 by planting a hectare of strawberries on rented land as part of his degree thesis. Haygrove is passionately committed to measuring its business impact across a Triple Bottom Line of People, Planet and Profit.Find out more