The California Strawberry Commission has announced the availability of “Strawberries,” a free recipe app for the Android smartphone filled with 100 strawberry recipes from popular food bloggers and nutrition tips from acclaimed dietitians.
The “Strawberries” app, previously available only to iPhone and iPod users, became wildly popular after being named an Apple “staff favorite” in iTunes, says the Commission.
Now available to Android users, the recipes demonstrate the versatility of strawberries for both sweet and savory dishes.[ Also Read: Making the Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Dish ]
The app features mom and kid-friendly recipes like Strawberry Yogurt Smoothies, main courses like Pork Tenderloin with Strawberry Mango Salsa, and sweet, mouth-watering desserts including Berrylicious Sour Cream Pie and Chocolate Ganache Tart with Strawberries and Meringue.[ Also Read: How Mobiles Move to Take Care of Your Health ]
The California Strawberry Commission aims to provide leading nutritional information to consumers, while offering easy yet innovative ways to incorporate this naturally sweet fruit into the whole family’s daily diet.
- More than 100 recipes, categorized by dish type
- Dozens of “kid-friendly” recipes
- Shopping lists
- Bonus tips from dietitians
- Ability to share recipes and tips
- Links to food bloggers
- Complete recipes and dish photos
The “Strawberries” app is available as a free download, for devices running the Android 2.2 platform or greater, by searching for “strawberries” in the Android Market.
It was introduced Wednesday, Feb. 9.
The California Strawberry Commission (www.californiastrawberries.com) is a state government agency that represents an industry of 600 growers, shippers and processors of California strawberries.
With a focus on food safety education, Commission strategies also include production and nutrition research, trade relations, public policy and marketing communications.
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