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How to eat Zespri Green kiwifruit whenever, wherever, and however you want

18/04/2017 18/04/2017

There aren’t many reliable things in life. Cars breakdown, friends flake out, and let’s not even mention the weather forecast. 

There aren’t many reliable things in life. Cars breakdown, friends flake out, and let’s not even mention the weather forecast.

But there are still some simple things you can depend on, and the Zespri Green kiwifruit is one of them.

 

1. Take them with you wherever you go!

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Easy to eat, Zespri Green kiwifruit are a great choice when you need something healthy, quick and tasty. What’s more, they love getting out and about! Don’t leave them alone at home in the fridge. Bring kiwifruit with you to work for an afternoon snack, or to eat as a pick-me up after a tough session at the gym. Whether it’s a picnic, a party or a walk in the park, Zespri Green kiwifruit make a great companion…

 

2. Do it your way

Do it your way

One of the best things about Zespri Green kiwifruit is that there are NO RULES! You can prepare and eat your kiwifruit in any way you wish. Some people cut it in half and then scoop out the delicious juicy centre with a spoon. Others prefer to peel, slice and munch – plus bitesize chunks are perfect for younger kiwifruit lovers.

 

3. Make it your top 1 healthy snack

Make it your top 1 healthy snack

We normally associate fast food with unhealthy food. But the Zespri Green kiwifruit is a natural ready-to-go snack that is packed full of vitamins. Did you know that Zespri Green kiwifruit is one of the most nutrient rich fruits available?So next time you are packing yourself a lunch to go, think about adding a kiwifruit into the mix.

 

 

For more great ideas about how to pack Zespri Green kiwifruit into your lunchbox take a look at this great alternative to the boring tupper  – the Zespri Green kiwifruit in a pot looks as good as it tastes!

 

Source:

  1. New Zealand Ministry of Health. New Zealand FOODfiles 2014 Version 01. Available from: www.foodcomposition.co.nz/ (accessed 15 November 2016)



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