What are Goji Berries?
Goji Berries are a nutrient-rich superfruit first discovered by Buddhist monks over 2000 years ago in the Tibetan mountains. Legends claim that the monks who chose to eat the berries outlived their peers, declaring the berries “the key to eternal youth”.
Today, Goji Berries enjoy their superfruit status due to their rich make up of vitamin C, B and A, minerals, carotenoids and polysaccharides (LBP1, LBP2, LBP3 and LBP4). The unique blend of nutrients in Goji Berries makes them an ideal nourishing snack food that also happens to taste great in porridge, smoothies and dessert foods.
What are the benefits of Goji Berries?
- Contains 13g protein per 100g
- Satisfy a sweet tooth naturally
- Gluten free
- Rich in fibre
- Vitamins C, B, A
- High in minerals
- Rich in antioxidants
How to Enjoy Goji Berries
- As a snack alone
- Sprinkle over yogurt
- Add to morning porridge
- Smoothies and shakes
- Toss into salads
- Bake into muffins, pancakes or bread
Freshly Hand-Packed To Order
Each bag of Goji Berries is hand-packed, hand-sealed and hand-stamped for maximum freshness in our iconic re-sealable, foil-lined bags.
Where are Goji Berries Sourced From?
Our Goji Berries are grown on the Tibetan plateau in the Himalayas, China, far away from the hustle and pollution of China’s large cities. Our Goji Berries are hand-picked by family run farms, sun-dried and shipped in temperature controlled packaging in order to control humidity.
Support Local Farming Communities
Nutriseed Goji Berries are farmed using mineral-rich soil in north-central China, producing some of the highest quality Goji Berries on the planet. Farmers have been growing Goji Berries in this area for over 600 years. Purchasing our Goji Berries helps to support the future of long-standing farming communities in China.
|GOJI BERRIES NUTRITION||PER 100g|
|Energy kJ / Kcal||1305/310|
|of which sugars||48g|
|of which saturates||0.8g|
Country of origin: China
- Blend into smoothies for an extra nutritional kick
- Sprinkle over yoghurt for a delicious breakfast
- Bake into muffins, pancakes, or sweet bread
- Add some to your breakfast porridge
- Simply enjoy alone as a snack
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