Kids go wild for these colorful kiwi slices, which are every bit as delicious as candy but are made with real fruit, for a healthier snack.
Despite its name, kiwifruit is not native to New Zealand, though that country can lay claim to putting the oddball fruit on the map. Turns out the fruit was discovered by none other than the Khans (as in Genghis Khan) in ancient China, where it was primarily used for medicinal purposes, and only made its way to the U.S. and New Zealand in the early 1900s. Then it was known as Chinese gooseberry until a savvy Zealander (a.k.a. kiwi) decided to rename it after the fruit's newfound home, which in case you don't know is the how the natives are called colloquially (and the name of a strange indigenous bird).
These kiwi slices are spectacular right out of the package, with a singular taste that sings "G'day mate!" But you can also combine the kiwi slices with other dried fruits, including mango, guava, banana, and pineapple, for an all-out tropical flavor spree that would liven up any party--or afternoon at the office.
Kiwi, Sugar, Citric Acid, FD&C Blue 1, Sulphur Dioxide added as a preservative
Product of Thailand
Warning: Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat and dairy products.
Serving Size: 30g (~1.1 oz)
Amount per Serving
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