Come rain or come shine, it's one of the signs that the English summer is here -- but Wimbledon would not be Wimbledon without strawberries and cream.
Strawberries and cream have been a Wimbledon tradition since Victorian times, but where does SW19 source the 28 metric tons it needs to feed the masses?
Strawberries and Cream for Wimbledon, a great British tradition.
Nick Kyrgios plans to have some fun on his return at Wimbledon, with the 26-year-old hoping to 'get some strawberries and chill'
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Scientists have discovered why strawberries often don’t taste as good as they used to - and what can be done about it.
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Strawberries are tasty on their own, great with chocolate or cream and are one of the world's favourite fruits.
And to be fair, Serena: "Shino, I swear to Gawd, I'm gonna cram this tennis ball so far down your gullet, the word "Wilson" will be stamped on every sheet of toliet paper you ever use.