What Country Do Strawberries Come from?

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The major strawberry producing countries include United States of America, Turkey, Spain, Korea and Egypt. Of these, United States is the highest producer, making up to 30% of the world's total production.
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Strawberries are cultivated and sold in South America in Chile and Peru. It was used as a medicinal herb for numerous digestive discomforts during the 13th century whereas its roots and leaves were used as a skin tonic.
Strawberry is a red, juicy and sweet fruit that can be taken in large quantities. The garden strawberry came from Brittany in France at around 1740. There are various countries that produce strawberries and some include Egypt, Germany, Japan and Italy.
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