Goji Berries

Goji Berries

Our Goji Berries are grown on a plantation on the banks of the Yellow River in China. Use them in both sweet and savoury recipes, or eat them on their own as a healthy snack

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Product benefits

  • Subtle sweet flavour makes it suitable for savoury and sweet dishes
  • High in fibre, protein, iron, vitamin C
  • Can contribute to growth in, and maintenance of, muscle mass and healthy bones
  • Beneficial for reduction of fatigue
  • May help maintain immune system
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China

Sourced from across the globe

The Goji berry originates in Asia and has been cultivated by Chinese, Mongolian and Tibetan people for over 5000 years. The small densely branched tree thrives in alkaline soils and can be found today growing wild in mountainous areas throughout Asia and Europe.

The Goji tree is a hardy plant and tolerates climatic extremes from 26-40°C. Trees bloom with small, white trumpet-shaped flowers before bearing fruit each autumn. 

The name Goji is thought to originate from the Chinese character ‘gou’ meaning dog, or wolf, which is why Gojis are also known as wolf berries.