Sweet and tangy, kiwi berries are loaded with the tasty goodness you'll love
Kiwi berries, good things come in small packages
Kiwi berries look very much like the original kiwi fruit, however, kiwi berries are a fraction of the size and unlike their larger cousin, the berry version does not have furry skin, which means you can eat them whole … no fuzz, no fuss!
Kiwi berries are about the size of a grape and look very similar to a gooseberry, but they are actually much sweeter. Low in calories and high in nutrients, they are the healthy eaters best friend!
These baby kiwis are more nutrient dense in vitamins and minerals than regular kiwi fruits, they are high in vitamin C and a source of fibre which makes them ideal for lunchboxes and a great alternative snack to sweets and biscuits.
Kiwi berry nutrition
- Kiwi berries are a source of vitamin C which contributes to maintaining the normal function of the immune system
- Kiwi berries are a source of fibre
Kiwi berry nutrition per 100 g
- 271 kJ in kiwi berries
- 1.5g Fat in kiwi berries
- 13.8g Carbohydrate in kiwi berries
- 1.4g Protein in kiwi berries
- 4.7g Fibre in kiwi berries
- 84.6mg Vitamin C in kiwi berries
Best kiwi berry recipes
If snacking on them isn't enough then they can be blended into your breakfast, added to your salad, or baked into delicious desserts, kiwi berries make for a scrumptious and nutritious addition to just about any occasion.
Here at BerryWorld we have created a selection of tasty kiwi berries recipes especially for you to discover the richness and joy within the world of blueberries.