The kiwi is an edible berry, produced by numerous species of lianas of the genus Actinidia, family of the Actinidiaceae.

The two main varieties of this berry are: green and yellow (or gold). The first one, that is also the most common, has dark brown peel with lint and bright green flesh, small and black seeds arranged in a radial pattern around the center of the berry and its shape is similar to an egg or a small potato. The gold variety has a more elongated shape, the pulp is yellow and has no lint on the peel. There are other varieties, but they are not very common, such as kiwi with red flesh and brick-colored peel.

Find out all the indications of use of the Wood Distillate for kiwi: