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Organic Goji Berries

Goji berries are vibrant red berries that boast a deliciously intense flavour, are loaded with valuable nutrients, and make a tempting snack between meals. 

Raw and Organic Goji Berries 

Same great Detox Your World Goji Berries, now in a brand new Superfoodies bag!

Goji Berries is available in - 100g, 250g, 500g, 1kg or 5kg

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Goji berries (also known as Wolfberries or “Red Diamonds”) are the vibrant red berries that grow on the Lycium barbarum - a shrub that’s native to the Himalayas where local monks have enjoyed them since as long ago as 800 AD.

Although small in size, goji berries are utterly crammed with valuable nutrients, including vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, and E, the minerals zinc, iron, copper, calcium, germanium, selenium and phosphorus, carotenoids, polysaccharides and beta-sisterol. 

Goji Berries Benefits

  • Goji berries boast a deliciously intense cranberry/cherry flavour.
  • Goji berries make a sensible snack between meals.
  • Goji berries are ideal in your favourite smoothies, shakes, juices and protein drinks.
  • Pre-soaked goji berries are a delicious addition to rawfood recipes and a colourful topping on salads, breakfast cereals and desserts.
  • Goji berries contain a variety of vitamins, including B1, B2, B6, and E.
  • Goji berries contain a wealth of minerals, such as zinc, iron, copper, calcium, germanium, selenium and phosphorus.
  • Goji berries contain the carotenoids, beta-carotene and zeaxanthin
  • Goji berries contain polysaccharides and beta-sisterol.
  • Our goji berries are certified organic by "Organic Farmers & Growers", the UK’s leading government accredited organic certification body.
  • Our goji berries are dried and processed at a low temperature for the optimum retention of their naturally occurring nutrients.
  • Our goji berries are completely pure and contain no artificial additives.
  • Our goji berries are suitable for vegetarians, vegans and raw foods enthusiasts.

How to use Goji Berries

Goji berries boast a highly distinctive flavour that’s often likened to an irresistible blend of cranberry and cherry, and make a deliciously sensible snack between meals, either just as they are or added to your choice of trail mix. Alternatively, goji berries can be blended into smoothies, or pre-soaked in water for use as an additional ingredient in your favourite raw chocolate bars and snacks. Goji berries also make a wonderfully colourful topping for salads, breakfast cereals and desserts, and can even be used to prepare a lovely cup of tea.

Consume a small handful (approx. 10 to 30 grams.) of goji berries daily.

Goji Berries Recipe - Goji Berry Dressing

Say ‘goodbye’ to shop-bought salad dressings laden with refined sugars and other artificial additives, and say ‘hello’ to our invigorating homemade goji berry dressing! This wonderfully vibrant salad dressing is made exclusively from wholesome ingredients and adds an interesting splash of colour to all of your favourite salads.

Ingredients

1/4 cup of organic goji berries

2 tbsp. of freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 tsp. of raw honey

1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil

Preparation

First soak the goji berries in water for around thirty minutes or until soft and moist. Once nice and gooey, pop the goji berries into your blender, along with the olive oil.

Next add in the freshly squeezed lemon juice and the raw honey for a subtle touch of sweetness.

Blitz for around thirty seconds and hey presto – your goji berry dressing is ready to drizzle generously over your chosen salad. We think it makes the perfect contrast to a simple bed of lettuce and freshly chopped avocado, liberally topped with crunchy walnut halves or pecan nuts.

Goji Berries Facts 

  • According to Chinese legend, Li Qing Yuen reached the ripe old age of 252 thanks to a daily serving of goji berries.
  • Goji berries are also known as Wolfberries.
  • Goji berries are never handled whilst harvesting – instead they are gently shaken onto mats and dried in the shade to prevent them from oxidising.
  • Goji berries are commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • Goji berries were discovered around 800 AD by local monks who prized their beneficial effects.
  • Goji berries grow on the Lycium barbarum – a shrub that’s native to the Himalayas and closely related to the nightshade family. Goji berries have been cultivated along the fertile floodplains of the Yellow River for centuries and today grow wild in a number of European countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium. The majority of goji berries for sale in the West, however, still come from China and its neighbouring countries. 
  • Goji berries are celebrated in the Chinese province of Ningxia with an annual festival at harvest time.

Goji Berries Nutritional information

Components

Per 100g

Energy

1373KJ/328kcal

Protein

11.7g

Carbohydrates

62.8g

Fat

11.7g

About Superfoodies

Superfoodies is the exciting new brand from Detox Your World - UK leading importer and EU-wide distributor of the finest raw foods since 2000.  Combining expertise in healthy eating and healthy living, with extensive product development, searching for only the purest organic products from nature, Detox Your World has produced Superfoodies!

Superfoodies Goji Berries is the same great Detox Your World Goji Berries, and has always, and always will be –

  • Certified organic and raw
  • Only come from a sustainable and ethical suppliers
  • Always honestly and clearly display the origins
  • Transparent about the composition and preparation
  • Completely free from artificial additives, refined sugars and other nasties

Goji Berries Summary

Packaging

Dried goji berries

Country and continent of origin

China, Asia

Product type

Dried berries

Allergy information (free from)

Do not buy goji berries if you have an allergy to bee pollen or goji berries. Always read the information on the packaging before choosing to eat goji berries

Suggested Usage

Smoothies, trail mix, desserts and raw chocolate

Recommended dosage

 10-30 grams, daily

Known side effects

Consult your GP before you order goji berries, especially if you are taking blood thinning or high blood pressure medication or if you are being treated for diabetes.

This product has not been audited or verified by monitoring regulatory authorities. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and / or disorders. Under UK law only a medical doctor may 'treat' illness and disease with a medical origin. The information in this web page is for information purposes only. 

Additional Information

SKU cpSFD00037
Brand Superfoodies
Superfoods Recipes Why Choose Raw and Superfoods
Recommended By Anna Rodgers, Samantha Peris , Jayne Corner

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  • goo goo for gojis

    Angela | 4/9/14

    Comparing these goji berries to the ones in the health food shop, my 2 and 6 year old say WOW, these are softer and actually taste of something. We have them every second morning as part of our raw breakfast and my kids even ask for the red berry things, lol. They really are lovely and good for you, bonus.
  • Gorgeous Gojis are the best :-)

    Sarah4angels | 8/26/13

    Gorgeous Goji Berries ... for some reason once you start eating these it's so hard to stop :-) But I love to soak these in water or even rice milk because when they are plumped up they taste even more gorgeously yummy .. and perfectly plump with porridge or with other cereals. Have made flapjack with them too and added them to homemade chocolate :-)

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