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Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g
Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g
Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g
Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g
Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

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£86.00
£17.20 per kg

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  • 100 % dried kiwi slices
  • High fibre content (16 g/100 g)
  • No added sugar
  • Fruity and sour taste
  • 500 g value pack

Quantity: 10 piece

Dried kiwi 500 g

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Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

10 piece

£8.60
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BBD: 03.12.2022

Everything at a glance Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

A hairy situation?! Don't worry, we're not talking about Hagrid or Hobbit feet. We are talking about the green kiwi. Its skin could hardly be any hairier - and that's a good thing. The hair protects the fruit from losing too much water through evaporation. Whether with or without the skin, we cannot protect our dried kiwis from other hungry humans. Fruity and with a sour note, the dried slices will win over any snack monster in no time. Buy dried kiwi in 500 g bags now!

The origin of the kiwi

You probably think of New Zealand when you think of the green fruit, don't you? But the kiwi actually originated in China, which is why the hairy fruit is also known as the "Chinese gooseberry". Around 1904, the kiwi was brought to New Zealand and from there it finally conquered Europe. In Germany, we were a little slower and only discovered the green miracle in the 1970s. At that time, annual consumption suddenly rose from 900,000 to a grandiose 85 million kiwis! Now that's something!

Why is the kiwi called kiwi?

Not everyone thinks of fruit when they hear the word "kiwi". It is also the name of a cute bird native to New Zealand, which has been named the country's national bird. The fruit and the bird are also visually similar with their furry appearance. But why is the kiwi fruit called kiwi? When it first came to New Zealand, it was not sold very well under the name "Chinese gooseberry". A clever little brain then came up with the idea of simply calling the fruit "Kiwiberry", which later became "Kiwifruit".

Using KoRo's dried kiwi

Now that you know where the name comes from, the most important part: what can you do with 5 kg of dried kiwi? The simple answer: eat it! No matter whether you enjoy it pure, in your morning muesli or porridge, in a fruity smoothie bowl or as a cake decoration, you will love the sour fruit. The green highlight can also be mixed into your homemade cereal bars, refreshing smoothies or exotic fruit salads. 

Buy KoRo's dried kiwi

Kiwi is fruity, delicious and has a slightly sour taste when dried. So it goes perfectly with fruit salads, cheese, as a topping for your oatmeal or simply in your KoRo lunchbox, to snack on while at work. Buy the 10 x 500 g tray of dried kiwi slices now and convince yourself of the fruity power! With our valu tray, you have enough kiwi for a particularly long time.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1049 / 251
Fat 2,6 g
   of which Saturates 0,6 g
Carbohydrate 44,3 g
   of which Sugars 42,9 g
Fibre 16,2 g
Protein 4,1 g
Salt 0,4 g

Order number KIWI_003
Origin Iran
Content 5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654784664
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Ingredients 100% dried kiwi
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, SOY, MILK (LACTOSE), NUTS, SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULFITES)
Sales name Dried kiwi
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The KoRo price chart Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

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01.02.2021
Calculation: Cross-range adjustment based on new price calculation
11,00€/ 100g

-18,18%
9,00€ / 100g
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18.03.2020
Corona-crisis: Change in suppliers, resulting in a price increase
12,00€/ 100g

-8,33%
11,00€ / 100g
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21.02.2020
Margin: Margin adjustment for low-price products
10,50€/ 100g

+14,29%
12,00€ / 100g
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21.02.2020
Rounding: Change in the rounding system
11,00€/ 100g

-4,55%
10,50€ / 100g
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02.08.2019
Market: Monthly market adjustment - August
16,00€/ 100g

-31,25%
11,00€ / 100g
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27.03.2019
Environmental project: Price adjustment for investments in our CO2 project and product development
14,90€/ 100g

+7,38%
16,00€ / 100g
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24.01.2019
Market: Market-related adjustment of the selling price
15,90€/ 100g

-6,29%
14,90€ / 100g
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15.06.2018
Portfolio expansion: Internal price increase due to a portfolio expansion aimed at improving your shopping experience
14,90€/ 100g

+6,71%
15,90€ / 100g
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15.01.2017
Market: Market price increase
11,20€/ 100g

+33,04%
14,90€ / 100g
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30.11.2016
Cultivation: Opening up larger growing regions and increasing demand for aloe vera
19,90€/ 100g

-43,72%
11,20€ / 100g
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01.01.2016
New In stock
19,90€ / 100g
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What do the others say? Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g

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A happy customer says

M
23 May 2021
verified purchase

Hammer horny!

Absolutely the best thing me, my boyfriend and my son (soon to be 2) have tried so far in fruit at Koro!!!! Tastes tart and like gooseberry to me.

And yes, some of them have a hard jerk to them. You can tell and I personally just eat around it.

vs.

A critical customer says

A
16 Apr 2020

Way too sour and stalk too hard

I order very regularly and a lot from Koro and I am always 100% enthusiastic about the products. It is different with the dried kiwis. They are much too sour and in my opinion the hard stalk has no place here. I have tried to pass on the kiwis, but none of my friends like them. Unfortunately no recommendation to buy from me.

All the reviews "Dried kiwi 10 x 500 g"

A
28 Sep 2021
verified purchase

Beautiful whole slices, rich green. Look fresh

Nice whole slices, rich green. Look fresh. Just as fresh as dried kiwis can be

S
11 Aug 2021
verified purchase

Good quality and taste

Taste slightly tart and sweet. I find them a good alternative to fresh fruit, especially to take away very convenient.

A
9 Aug 2021
verified purchase

Delicious

Tastes delicious.

A
11 Jul 2021
verified purchase

Delicious

Delicious

P
27 Jun 2021
verified purchase

A mega product.

Had I known that the kiwis are soooo delicious then I would have ordered more 😍🎊🎈

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