Zespri Red Kiwifruit

Introducing Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit

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Take a moment to indulge in one of nature's true delights with its tempting berry sweet flavour and vibrant red core^, Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit is the irresistible treat that loves you back. Watch the video below to learn more

Mighty nutrition in a fruit

Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit is naturally high in antioxidants (including polyphenols) and is a source of folate, potassium, and vitamin E. Studies have shown that consuming polyphenol-rich foods may have benefits on cognitive function and mood1. Did you know that Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit get its signature vibrant red colour from anthocyanins, a naturally occurring pigment also found in red, blue or purple berries!

The exclusive Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit is the latest variant to come through Zespri’s world-leading kiwifruit breeding programme, in partnership with Plant & Food Research. It’s been through an extensive trial process, ensuring each fruit is of the highest quality, and it is delicious in every bite. Brought from the orchards in New Zealand, to your fruit bowl.

Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit
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ZESPRI RUBYRED™ joins the KiwiBrothers™!



Personality: Youthful, Curious and Inventive
Signature nutrition: High in Antioxidants
Special skill: Creative and adding a vibrant splash of red colour
Hobby: Shopping and enjoying healthy desserts
Attractive feature: Vibrant red mouth
Life motto: Life is Berry Sweet!

Savour Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit today!

Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit is seasonally available at selected retailers in Malaysia, around April –May* each year.

^Crafted by nature, Zespri RubyRed Kiwifruit can show some colour variation
*Subject to changes


1.Gomez-Pinilla F, Nguyen TT. Natural mood foods: the actions of polyphenols against psychiatric and cognitive disorders. Nutr Neurosci. 2012 May;15(3):127-33.