Kiwi is an edible fruit from some species of the genus Actinidia and their hybrids, originating in southern China. Are plants typical of places with temperate or subtropical mountain. Fruit varieties the most widely sold are produced by several varieties of delicious Actinidia species and to a much lesser extent, of some varieties of Actinidia chinensis. The fruit is greenish pulp and a shell of brown-green to yellowish-brown, covered with a kind of micropelos that give a fibrous and hairy appearance. It is considered the most commercial fruit with vitamin C already identified with the exception of WIC, and is particularly rich in trace elements such as magnesium, potassium and iron.