Kiwi is the edible berry of species of woody vines in the genus Actinidia. Kiwifruit have a thin, hair-like skin with a light green or golden flesh. It has a soft texture with a sweet tart flavor. Kiwi fruit is a rich source of vitamin C, and a source of calcium and iron.

Kiwifruit is eaten raw, used as a garnish, it is also processed into juices and baked into cakes. The whole fruit is edible, even the skin. To store, refrigerate ripe fruit up to ten days. Refrigerated unripe fruit lasts up to one month.