Where can I find them?
Although kiwis are in season during the winter and early spring, kiwi berries reach their peak in fall, mostly September and early October. But don't be disappointed if you can't find them at your farmers market or grocery store just yet; they're not all that common. Kiwi berries are native to Japan, Korea, Siberia, and Northern China, but grown domestically mostly in Oregon and Pennsylvania, with farms in New Jersey, Washington, and Maryland also popping up.
At the grocery store or farmers market, they usually come in the same little plastic containers that blueberries and raspberries come in. On the East Coast, the most popular version of kiwi berries are from Kiwi Berry Organics Co., and are branded "Passion Poppers." Who knew you could pop passion straight into your mouth in the form of a miniature kiwi?