Seascape Strawberry Variety, a local strawberry variety sold at local grocery stores and convenience stores, is being embraced by consumers.
But for the store, its name comes from the distinctive strawberry-shaped leaves.
“We have an organic brand, which is what we wanted to do with the name,” said Steve Anderson, the store’s president and owner.
“There are some that are very expensive, some are very inexpensive.”
The store sells a range of Strawberry varieties including Sweet Strawberry, Lemon, Pink Lemon, Peach, Pink Peach and Blueberry.
Seascapes also offers a strawberry-flavored version of its Strawberry Banana and Strawberry Cheesecake.
Seasicape says it uses a combination of local, organic and organic-grown strawberries to make its strawberry varieties.
“The goal of Seascaping is to create a variety that is not only healthy, but also delicious,” said Anderson.
“That’s really what we try to do.”
Seascaped strawberries have a smooth, slightly sweet taste and are often used to make ice cream.
The store also sells a strawberry variety called Blueberry Banana, which Anderson says is a more expensive variety.
Blueberry bananas are sold at grocery stores in the Seattle area.
Seaspape said it also sells strawberry varieties from other states.
“If you want a strawberry in Hawaii or California, we can do it,” said the store owner.
Anderson said Seascapers strawberries are sold in bulk at the store and at restaurants, and the store is working with growers to make their strawberries more expensive.
He said he hopes to see more of these kinds of strawberries in grocery stores.
“I’ve never seen that many strawberries sold at a grocery store,” he said.
Seabird is a tropical fruit, found only in South America and parts of Africa.
The variety is known for its bright colors and a mild, tangy flavor.
Seabeird, as it’s called in the states, is also popular in the U.S. and Canada.