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Fruit of Actinidia sinensis (syn. A. deliciosa), originally a native of China and also known as Chinese gooseberry; commercial growing began in New Zealand in 1906. A 60‐g portion (one fruit) is a rich source of vitamin C; supplies 25 kcal (105 kJ).

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