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Kiwi green / Kiwi verde

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Kiwi green, the little energy donors directly from Portugal.
The Portuguese kiwi is a popular fruit. With twice as much vitamin C as an orange and at the same time hardly any calories. 100g of kiwi only contains around 40 calories.
Eaten fresh, the green kiwi, the little energy source directly from Portugal, is either halved and spooned out, or peeled thinly like an apple. The peel is not eaten. The fruits are not sorted by size.

1 kg = 7-12 fruits, depending on size

controlled cultivation in the Douro Valley, Portugal

Kiwi green, the little energy donors directly from Portugal, ripen well and are, in the best case, delivered relatively hard. This means they can be stored well at home. As soon as the shell gives slightly under pressure, they are ripe and ready to eat. If you want to store the fruit for longer,
You can store them in your refrigerator in the 0°C zone.
Maturity level:
from January to March, still quite firm and can be stored for a little longer if well cooled.
From April to June, well ripe, can only be stored for a short time.

🌍 Origin


🚚 Delivery

Delivery from March 13th, 2024 +/- 1-2 working days for Germany.

Delivery on the delivery date shown for neighboring EU countries in the delivery; usually + 1- 6 working days.

🧊 Storage:
Like all fruits and vegetables, they want to be stored cold.
Optimal: Store the fruit in the refrigerator at 1-6°C.
🍴 Average nutritional values ​​per 100g

Energy (in kJ): 258

Energy (in kcal): 62

Fat: 0.6g

-Of which saturated fatty acids: 0 g

Carbohydrates: 9.1g

-of which sugar: 9 g

Fiber: 3.9g

Protein: 1 g

Salt: 0g

Vitamin C 44 mg

Vitamin A 0.01 mg

Vitamin D 0 mg

Vitamin E 0.5 mg

Vitamin B1 0.02 mg

Vitamin B2 0.05 mg

Vitamin B6 0.02 mg

Vitamin B12 0 mg


Iron 0.8 mg

Zinc 0.1 mg

Magnesium 24 mg

Chloride 66 mg

Manganese 0.1 mg

Sulfur 15 mg

Potassium 320 mg

Calcium 38 mg

Phosphorus 31 mg

Copper 0.1 mg

Fluoride 0.01 mg

Iodine 2 μg

📦 Packaging:

Subpackaging cardboard box with wood wool.

💡 Tip

Original origin of the kiwi:
The kiwi was mentioned in China as early as the 15th century. But it wasn't until the middle of the 19th century that the fruit became known in Europe. At first it was called "Chinese gooseberry" and was not particularly popular for a long time.
At the turn of the century, the first fruits were professionally grown in New Zealand. The name "kiwi" (today's national symbol and heraldic animal of New Zealand) is said to have been adopted by a New Zealand breeder from the Maori, who call a bird "kiwi-kiwi", at the suggestion of a dealer in San Francisco who wanted a catchy name for this delicious fruit have. The kiwi is a small, fast-running chicken, flightless and nocturnal, a snipe that lives in burrows. He is described as a happy and cuddly little brown shuttlecock that makes noises day and night. The fruit then began its triumphant march from New Zealand. Today kiwis are grown in many European countries. Portugal's climate is particularly suitable for growing this fruit.

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