Recipes with kiwi berries
The obvious choice with such a small fruit is to just pop it in your mouth as a (healthy) snack. But it also makes a great addition to a mix of other fruit, threaded onto a cocktail stick, for example. The EAT ME kiwi berry is an original way to jazz up other recipes. Make the fruits the star ingredient in a summer couscous with a sweet flavour for a change.
Simply rinse and eat! Enjoy kiwi berries whole on their own or add to a sunny fruit salad or dessert. And why not try them with parma ham on bread.
How to use kiwi berries in the kitchen?
- In salads
- As a snack
Keep kiwi berries in the fridge and you can enjoy them for a few days.
Where do kiwi berries come from?
Kiwi berries grow on outdoor climbing vines at our growers, both in the Netherlands and in Chile. It takes the plants 3 years to produce fruit for the first time. After the kiwi berries have been harvested, it takes another 2 or 3 days before they become nice and sweet. The plants can continue to bear fruit for up to 10 or 11 years. Our growers prune the vines to encourage more fruit to grow.