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Posted on: 5th May 2008

Kiwiberries, called also Baby Kiwis – are variety of small, hairless kiwi fruits.
They taste almost the same like large kiwi fruits, their taste resembles also taste of white gooseberries. Similar also to gooseberries, kiwiberries skin is edible. They are size of large grapes what makes them perfect fruits for lunchboxes.

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  1. Oh my gosh! How cute are those?!?! Ive never seen them before!

  2. These are so cool, where can I get these?

  3. Wonderful site! Now I have a site where I can drop in frequently for exciting food facts and recipes. Cheers!

  4. I never heard of this – I wonder how one can get it in the UK… Thanks for your kind words. :)

  5. Thank you for the comments ;)

    Katerina, Windy – I bought them in Greek vegetable shop here in London, they were coming in a little plastic box like blueberries.

  6. Well if you can get the in London I have a shot here in Vancouver, thanks!

  7. Not seen them before, but will certainly look out for them!

  8. Ooh, I want some in my lunch box, Margot. :)

  9. I saw kiwi berries for the first time couple months ago at Safeway. They are cool :)

  10. Wow, I have never seen these before. How cute.

  11. They are so adorable, I wonder if I can ever find them in Singapore, heh. I suppose the skin can be eaten?

  12. Once again thank you for the comments :)

    Wiffy - yes, I forgot to mention that, skin can be eaten, it is soft just like in gooseberries. I will update it in the post.

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