Though kiwi berries are basically just mini kiwis, the flavor isn’t the same. Those who’ve tried it say it’s complex, sweet, and acidic.
Native to northern regions in Asia with cooler climates — like central China, Siberia, and Japan — the kiwi berry, or Actinidia Arguta, has actually been growing in the United States for more than 150 years. So how has it remained under the radar since the 1870s? No one has ever tried to commercialize it. But now that’s about to change. READ MORE