Ireland does not grow its own Kiwis as they are cultivated in warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. However, Keelings source them from New Zealand, Italy, Spain and Chile. Kiwis are also produced in the United States, Japan, France, Greece and Australia. Kiwis may be eaten raw or cooked.
Kiwis are best eaten at room temperature so remove from the fridge one hour before eating. For easy eating, cut in half and use teaspoon to separate fruit from skin.
Kiwi contains almost twice as much vitamin C as oranges, more fibre than apples and is particularly rich in potassium. Potassium is vital for controlling blood pressure, helping digestion and lessening fatigue.
When In Season
Imports are available year round.
How to Store?
Ripe kiwis can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three weeks.
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