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Zespri Kiwifruit is extremely good for you and it is also delicious.
How do you enjoy their taste to the full?
Do you spoon them out as a snack or do you carefully incorporate them into a delicious desert?
There are many more ways of eating a kiwifruit than you might think. Often a kiwifruit is cut in two and the fruit scooped out. But you can also peel the kiwifruit. You can cut it neatly horizontally in slices, as ready-to-eat pieces for children or for use in a (fruit) salad, on a fruit tart or with your muesli.
For that matter you can create a world of different variations with cold or warm kiwifruit in the most wide-ranging starters, main courses and desserts. How about this menu, for example: an exciting kiwi cocktail as an aperitif, scampi with a refreshing kiwi dip as a starter, followed by a lamb and kiwi tajine, and kiwi ice cream to round off? Consult your favourite kiwifruit dishes in our recipe guide.
ONE THING IS CERTAIN: however you eat your kiwifruit, you’ll be consuming a generous dose of delicious vitamins!
How do I store
In the fruit bowl or in the fridge? In a bag or loose?
GREEN KIWIFRUIT can be kept in the fridge for around two weeks after purchase. If you don’t want it to ripen too quickly, keep it separate from other kinds of fruit.
SUNGOLD KIWIFRUIT are softer than their green brothers. This means they don’t keep at room temperature for as long as the green kiwifruit. However, golden-yellow kiwifruit keeps for a week in the fridge, and are even tastier eaten cold!