Warnings in case of potential kiwi allergy
For most people, eating kiwis are safe on a daily basis unless they are allergic to them. The symptoms of a kiwi allergy may be mild, such as tickles in the throat, but they can also occur in the form of swelling of the tongue, difficulty swallowing and even vomiting. Some other allergies increase the risk of sensitivity to kiwis, such as allergies to avocado, wheat, poppy and hazelnuts. If you are allergic to any of these ingredients, ask your doctor for an allergy test for kiwifruit.