What is another name for Chinese gooseberries?
Kiwifruit or Kiwi is another name for Chinese gooseberries [Actinidia deliciosa]. Other common names include Wood berry, Wonder or Unusual fruit, Vine or Macaque pear, Sunny or Macaque peach, and Hairy bush fruit. The name 'Chinese gooseberry' honors the plant's native range in China, and the plant's flavor reminiscent of the unrelated gooseberry [Grossulariaceae family]. The name 'kiwi' honors its New Zealand growers and exporters.
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Chinese Gooseberries are native to north-central and eastern Chinaare more commonly known as Kiwifruit. Note: Some people may know ofthem as "kiwis", this is the name for one …of New Zealands nativebirds, and the nickname for New Zealanders. It is not the correctname for the fruit.
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Chinese gooseberries are from china but is now called kiwifruit or shorted to just kiwi, name after the animal kiwi (a brown flightless bird and New Zealand's National Symbo…l) and Kiwi is also the colloquial name for the New Zealand people kiwifruit is grown in New Zealand, Italy, Chile, France, Greece, Japan, Iran, United States, Canada and Cambodia
Italy is the leading grower and producer of Chinese gooseberries [Actinidia deliciosa]. Other important countries in Chinese gooseberry production include Chile , China , …France , Greece , Japan , New Zealand , and the United States of America. But the woody vine may be grown in just about any temperate climate that includes an adequate amount of hot summer days. The Chinese gooseberry is native to northeast Asia, and most particularly to south China. In fact, it's the national fruit of the People's Republic of China. In China, its original name is 'yáng táo' ['sunny peach'] and 'Mihou tao' ['Macaque peach']. But it may be known best as the kiwifruit. That's the name by which it's known among New Zealand fruit exporters and their clients. It's called Chinese, out of respect to the fruit's origins. But it isn't called gooseberry, because of any relationship to gooseberries [of the Grossulariaceae family]. Instead, the Chinese gooseberry, or kiwifruit, is in the Actinidiaceae family.
çç´æ¡ Mi(2) Hou(2) Tao(2). It's also the Chinese name for Kiwi Fruit. Chinese gooseberry is an older, common name for the fruit of a woody vine of New Zealand. I…t's marketed as kiwifruit . Its scientific name is Actinidia deliciosa . A kiwi.
No,. Although the lychee looks more like a gooseberry, the "Chinese Gooseberry" is actually a reference to a Kiwi Fruit.
Kiwifruit But its not a botanical name, its a trade name invented by New Zealand fruit traders.
Chinese gooseberries or kiwifruit originated in northern China.There also are different species that are found in India and Japan.Today, kiwifruit is grown in many countries l…ike New Zealand.
The origin of the English word 'gooseberry' [ Ribes uva-crispa ] has topological origin. The generic is the simple joining of the words 'goose' and 'berry'and the shape of fru…it globose varying in color with a dry petals at the apex that look like goose head .There's no consensus as to why the two words are joined. But one believable explanation emerges from the history of foods in the United Kingdom as a common berry used by commoners to make juice and syrup for jams or jellies easily digested. Gooseberries have been used in a green sauce of butter, sorrel juice, and sugar for boiled leg of lamb, goose , and mackerel at least since the time of the reign [March 8, 1702-August 1, 1714] of Queen Anne [February 6, 1665-August 1, 1714]. Some opine that the word came into English by way of the Dutch , French or German languages. Those who opt for a Dutch origin trace the English word back to 'Kruisbezie'. Those who opt for a French origin backtrack to 'groseille'. And those who opt for a German origin track back to 'Krausbeere'. Of the possible sources, a French origin has the persuasive link back to the Latin grossularia. And the gooseberry is a relative of currants. It's even possible to form the hybrid Jostaberry [ Ribes x culverwelli , R. nidigularia , R. x nidigularia , R. nigrum x uva-crispa ] from gooseberry and blackcurrant [ Ribes nigrum ].
It's a fruit, named kiwi fruit.
The Chinese gooseberry is better known as the Kiwi Fruit. It is native to China but has been cultivated the world over.
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The Chinese Gooseberry is the Kiwi fruit. Given the name Kiwi because they are very much grown in New Zealand, whose people are known as 'Kiwis' after one of their unique bird…s. The outer skin is brown or golden brown. The colour of the flesh of the original fruit was bright green. Now there are fruit with gold coloured flesh too.