Native to southern China, this fruit was considered a delicacy by the emperors and also had an ornamental use. At the beginning of 800 kiwi arrived in England and spread later to New Zealand with intensive cultivation. Its name comes from the bird symbol of New Zealand. At the end of the 900 spread throughout Europe and especially in Italy (second largest producer in the world). Kiwifruit is a flowering plant that belongs to the family Actinidiaceae. Its skin is brownish tint, the pulp can be green or yellow with many black seeds. It contains 44 calories per 100 grams. Rich in vitamin C, one a day meets the daily needs. it is therefore useful for increasing the immune defenses and for the skin, the presence of roughages helps the digestion and regulates the intestines.