Kiwi is named after the bird of the same name. The history behind the name is that the company that first exported this fruit had an emblem depicting a kiwi bird and was called Kiwi.
Kiwi has already become accustomed to us and has become quite familiar to the eye. It is consumed fresh, added to all kinds of fruit salads, jellies, jams, ice creams, and desserts are decorated with it as well. Lovers of sweet and sour mixes can experiment with adding kiwi to meat, fish and mushroom salads.
Kiwi reduces the nervous excitability of the body and increases its tone. Kiwi improves the digestibility of proteins by the body.
Vitamin content in kiwi fruits (per 100g of edible portion):
- Vitamin B1 – 0.025mg
- Vitamin B2 – 0.025mg
- Vitamin – 0.34 mg
- Vitamin B6 – 0.65mg
- Vitamin C – up to 90.00 mg