Bi-colored strawberries

Bi-colored strawberries

Bi-colored strawberries are a type of hybrid strawberry that has two colors of flesh within the same fruit. They are typically light green or yellow at the tip, with the rest of the fruit being red. The color variation is caused by a genetic mutation that affects the production of anthocyanin, a pigment that gives strawberries their traditional red color. Bi-colored strawberries have a unique taste that can range from sweet to slightly tart, depending on the variety and ripeness level. Some popular bi-colored strawberry varieties include Pineberry and Bubbleberry.

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