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The kiwi berry grows in Northern China, Siberia and Korea. Oregon and Pennsylvania farms are the only ones  in the United States  growing these sweet berries. The berry likes cold damp conditions. Bring them home and let them ripen to super soft. They taste like sweet grapes with a kiwi side note. You find them in your berry section. Try them. They go well with raspberries and honey in a fruit salad.

Nutrition facts: 1/2 cup 54 calories, and 80 mg Vitmain C. The skin of the berry contains phytochemicals, important as antioxidants for better skin and the anti inflammatory response.