Goji Berries FAQ

What are Goji Berries?

Goji Berries are the fruit of either Lycium barbarum or Lycium chinense, two closely related species of boxthorn in the nightshade family.

Where do Goji Berries come from?

Our Goji Berries are products of China.

What do Goji Berries look like?

Goji Berries are bright red/orange, shrivelled ovate shaped berries.

How would you describe the flavour and odour of Goji Berries?

Goji Berries are delicious! They have a sweet, chewy taste.

What are alternative names for Goji Berries?

Alternative names for Goji Berries include Wolfberry, Chinese Wolfberry, Box Thorn, Mede Berry, Barbary Matrimony Vine, Himalayan Goji, Tibetan Goji, Duke of Argyll’s Tea Tree, Red Medlar, Ning Xia Gou Qi, English Teaberry, Bocksdorn and Matrimony Vine.

What is the suggested use for Goji Berries?

There’s no avoiding these bold and beautiful sun-dried goji berries! Enjoy as a nutritious snack, sprinkle on top of smoothie bowls and mix into healthy homemade granola. The flavour of these gorgeous gojis is tart and sour (similar to cranberries) and they have a chewy yet soft texture. Treat them as you would raisins (but a lot prettier!) by incorporating them into your favourite baking recipes.

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As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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