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Goji berries are well known for their health benefits. These nutritionally charged berries are tangy, delicious and not too sweet. Goji berries are famed for their antioxidant properties and in addition contain lots of vitamins and minerals. The fruit contains 8 essential amino acids and a significant amount of protein, which ensures the satisfaction of the body's daily requirement for this element by 10 percent. According to scientists, this amount of protein is the highest among all known fruits.
_or many years, they have been used in China as a medicinal plant for the treatment of various diseases. In folk medicine, most often, goji fruits were used to normalize the functioning of the organs of vision, protect and restore the liver, as well as improve the functioning of the kidneys.


SKU: 11103
INGREDIENTS: 100% Goji berries
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight


Per 100g
Energy (kcal) 361
Protein (g) 14
Fat (g) 3.2
incl. saturates (g) 0.3
Carbs (g) 65
incl. sugars (g) 37
Fibre (g) 8
Salt (g) 0.6


In order to improve your diet, experts recommend adding goji berries to breakfasts, yoghurts and teas.
Also, goji berries can be used in cooking meat. This will add a certain zest to the dish and make it sweeter. But, in addition, such a solution will improve the absorption of iron contained in meat, due to the large amount of vitamin C.
To experience all the beneficial properties of goji berries, it is recommended to consume at least 50 grams of the product per day.
They are perfect on top of yoghurt, mixed in with granola or even soaked with oats.
You can eat dry goji or pre-soaked in water. They can be added to cocktails, salads, desserts, yogurt, cereals, baked goods. They are often added to rice broth and almond milk, and are also used in Chinese soups, in combination with chicken or pork, vegetables and other herbs such as wild yams, licorice roots. The berries are also brewed as herbal tea, often with chrysanthemum flowers, or with tea such as pu-erh tea.