The genetic combination of pineapple and strawberry is one of the clearest examples of how science can change the direction of nature. The resulting berry can have a shade from pale white and pale milky to pale pink. It is very fragrant and smells like pineapple.
This berry was known in the 18th century, but gradually began to disappear. 7 years ago, the berry was again remembered. Dutch farmers have established its production and now grow it in large quantities.
The berry does not differ in size from strawberries. The vendors jokingly refer to this strawberry as an “Alice in Wonderland-style berry”.
Such strawberries go well with many desserts: ice cream, yogurt, and also serve as an excellent decoration on the festive table.