Kiwi Crush

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Description
Packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, Kiwi is an exotic fruit with furry brown skin, juicy green flesh with a white centre surrounded by black seeds. Its tropical flavour with hints of pineapple are blended with sugar syrup to produce a bright green crush that is used as a topping on milkshakes, ice-cream sundaes and puddings.

How to Select
• It is readily available in grocery stores under many brand names, like Mapro for example.
• Ensure that the seal is unbroken.
• Please read the manufacturing date to ensure maximum product freshness.
• If the syrup looks crystallized or too watery please refrain from buying it.

Culinary Uses
• Mix kiwi crush with cinnamon, lemon juice and maple syrup and serve as a topping for waffles and pancakes.
• Blend kiwi crush with a little bit of orange juice and use as a refreshing coulis sauce that goes well with poached pears.
• Add kiwi crush to breakfast shakes to give them a more vibrant taste and texture.

How to Store
• Until the seal is broken, store the unopened bottle in a cool, dry place at room temperature
• After breaking the seal, refrigerate the product to extend its shelf life.
• The product stays fresh for about a year when stored in the refrigerator, however keep in mind the expiry date and use accordingly.
• Since syrups contains a high amount of sugar, it acts as a preservative and ensures that the product has a long shelf life.
• Unopened bottles remain for a year with the flavour and taste of kesar intact.
• If these unopened bottles are stored in the refrigerator, it lasts for upto 2 years with the flavour and taste intact. However keep in mind the expiry date and use accordingly.

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