Most fruit crops have been under cultivation since Neolithic times and as a result of continuous selection, natural or artificial, have evolved to such a great extent that they show little resemblance to their wild progenitors. Strawberries (Fragaria spp.) are one of the most modern and extensively investigated horticultural crops grown widely in different parts of the world. Strawberries, like other berries, represent one of the most important sources of bioactive compounds with antioxidant activity (Battino et al., 2009). With understanding of their health benefits at the consumer level, the importance of strawberries has also increased (Alvarez-Suarez et al., 2011, 2014; Giampieri et al., 2012; Tulipani et al., 2014).