Goji berries are sometimes called “red diamonds”
and are included in the “superfoods” category. Goji berries have been grown and eaten in China for over 2,000 years. There is also a festival in their honor.
Goji fruits are one of the greatest sources of vitamin C that supports the proper functioning of the immune system. Vitamin C is also involved in the process of iron absorption. Fruits also contain B vitamins, which are responsible for the proper functioning, incl. nervous system. In addition to vitamins, blueberries are also a source of minerals such as potassium, zinc, calcium, iron and selenium. Berries also provide dietary fiber, which is essential for the proper functioning of the digestive system
They also contain the so-called a polysaccharide complex with strong antioxidant properties and responsible for the proper intestinal flora.
Ingredients: dried goji berries
Nutritional value of goji berries per 100g
Energy value 1386kJ / 327kcal – 16% RWS *
Fat 1.2g – 2%
including saturated fatty acids 0g – 0%
Carbohydrates 64.1g – 25%
including sugars 46.1 g – 51%
Protein 13.9g – 28%
Salt 0.28g – 5%
* Food Reference Value
Goji berries can be a standalone snack, they are also a great addition to cereals, porridge, muesli and all kinds of fruit desserts and cocktails. They have a sweet and tart taste so they also taste good in salads. You can add them to plain yoghurt or to baking cakes and cookies.
Store in a dry and cool place in a tightly closed container.