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The kiwi is an oval shaped fruit. The skin is a bit hairy and has a brown colour. Kiwis have green flesh with a white centre and contains lots of black edible seeds. The flesh of EAT ME kiwis has a soft texture and has a delicious sweet tangy flavour.
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Kiwi tips

When ripe?

EAT ME kiwis are always perfectly ripe and ready to eat straight away. EAT ME kiwis are recognisable by the purple EAT ME sticker with the red ripe arrow.
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Storage advice

Ripe kiwis are best kept in the fridge.

How do you slice a kiwi?

Peel the kiwi. Cut the kiwi in slices or pieces to use in recipes. The kiwi can be scooped out of its skin: Easy as a snack

Preparation Tips

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  • Delicious in a smoothie.
  • Delicious in desserts.
  • Perfect for making popsicles.

Nutritional values per 100 g

68 Kcal
10,3 g Sugar
0,8 g Fats
0,2 g Saturated fats
2,3 g Fibers
Kiwis are rich in Vitamin C and fibres. The fruit is a source of folic acid and potassium.

Recipes with Kiwi

Festive fruit bowl
Festive fruit bowl
Papaya boats
Papaya boats
Tropical sangria
Tropical sangria
Festive fruit bowl
Festive fruit bowl
Papaya boats
Papaya boats
Tropical sangria
Tropical sangria
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Origin EAT ME Kiwi

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Did you know...

  • The kiwi didn't get its current name until 1959? The fruit that grew very well in New Zealand was named after the small New Zealand flightless bird and a name given to the New Zealand inhabitants.

 

  • Our growers harvest kiwis two weeks later than usual. Because of this later harvest, the sugar level is higher in the kiwi and that's how they get a delicious sweet flavour.

 

  • You can eat a kiwi completely? The skin of the kiwi is high in fibres.

 

 

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