Kiwi (fruit)

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The kiwi fruit is a small fruit developed in New Zealand from a vine that originated in China. Kiwifruit come in two main varieties; green and gold. Green kiwifruit have green insides and furry skin, whereas the gold variety has a yellow flesh, a smooth skin and is sweeter. Kiwifruit is one of the highest natural sources of vitamin C and has high fibre and potassium levels.