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Kiwi berries

The kiwi berry has the size of a grape and has smooth hairless edible skin which can be green or brown. The flesh of the kiwi berry is bright green and has a wonderful sweet and aromatic taste
The ideal teperature of Kiwi berries

Storage advice

Kiwi berries are kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is between 2 and 8 degrees Celsius. At home the kiwi berries need to be kept in the fridge.
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From seed to harvest

Kiwi berries grow on trees. The trees need to be at least 3 years old before they bear fruit .The beautiful white flowers take about 3,5 months to develop into kiwi berries which are then handpicked when they are completely ripe.

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Fair Trade premium for local projects.

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Nature's Pride Foundation

This foundation was established to finance local projects in communities where they grow our exotic fruit and vegetables. The aim is to stimulate economic growth of small farmers, pack house employees and their families.

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