Where is the mention of taste?
Doesn't this say: a strawberry is not as good as a banana
That's what I wrote and it accepted it as right.
How? Because: mai bună or nu mai bună means: better / not better (worse).
This line is making a comparison between a strawberry and a banana.
Also mai bună can mean tastier (according to my girlfriend)
Mai bună does not translate to tastier. Its only implied.
Wouldn't this translate to "a strawberry" instead of "one strawberry"?
Is "A strawberry is not better than a banana" accepted?
It's not accepted, but it should. In English "better" could also imply the meaning of "tastier" in this context