Packing a nutritional punch

Photo by Quincy Cabot

When walking down the aisle of the supermarket, one may find a new addition to the selection of kiwis. 

Less than 15 years ago, through cross-breeding and grafting, a new species of kiwi called the Golden Kiwifruit was created. 

While having a shorter storage expectancy than regular green kiwis, it has a number of advantages. 

The yellow kiwi gets rid of the fuzz that is so distinctive on the more popular green kiwi, making the skin edible. 

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