The kiwi plant is native to southern China and the national fruit of the People’s Republic of China. The plant was imported from China to New Zealand in the early 20th century and cultivated commercially there. The kiwi fruit is egg-shaped, covered with brown, fluffy skin, and the flesh is pale green.
The name of this fruit is derived from the name of a small and beautiful bird. Kiwi is the name of a bird native to New Zealand. This bird has a fluffy and brown body and is unable to fly. This bird is considered so important in the culture and literature of New Zealand that its image is printed even on New Zealand stamps and is considered one of the symbols of this country. This name has gradually become popular since the sixties.

Kiwi is a rich source of vitamins and has more vitamin C than oranges. The vitamin C in kiwi is 2 times that of oranges, 6 times that of sour lemons and 8 times that of apples. The black seeds in kiwi also contain vitamin D. Kiwi also contains vitamin A and B. Kiwi is a very low calorie fruit. There are 47 calories in 100 grams of kiwi, which is equivalent to fruits such as apricots and tangerines in terms of calories. It has more potassium than bananas. It is also high in magnesium, which reduces the risk of some cancers and heart disease. It also contains copper, iron and phosphorus.
Kiwi is a fruit that has high nutrients and a very low calorie content, so it can be considered a very useful fruit. One of the most important properties of kiwi is its anti-constipation properties due to its high fiber content. On the other hand, the abundance of vitamin C in kiwi, along with its other minerals, has made kiwi one of the most nutritious fruits and rich in beneficial antioxidants for the body.

It is possible to export kiwi with different quality grades and sizes and with the requested packaging.

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