QINGHAI IS A MAJOR PRODUCER OF THE GOJI BERRY. FACTS: A NEW HARVEST OF GOJI BERRIES SHOULD NOT BE SOFT LIKE A RAISIN. THEY SHOULD BE HARD AND BRITTLE AS THAT MEANS THEY JUST CAME OUT OF THE OVEN FROM BEING DRIED. GOJI BERRIES ATTRACT MOISTURE VERY EASILY AND IF THEY HAVE TOO MUCH MOISTURE THEY WILL MOLD. IF YOU EVER FIND A BAG A GOJI BERRIES THAT ARE SOFT BE AWARE THAT THEY ARE EITHER FROM AN OLD HARVEST OR THE COMPANY HAS ADDED PRESERVATIVES TO KEEP THEM FRESH.
IF THE GOJI BERRIES FROM THE NEW HARVEST ARE TOO HARD TO EAT, LEAVE THE BAG OPEN FOR ABOUT ONE DAY AND THE BERRIES WILL SOFTEN UP TO BE MORE CHEWY. DON'T BE FOOLED BY SELLERS CLAIMING THEY HAVE ORGANIC HIMALAYAN GOJI BERRIES! "Agriculture in the Tibetan plateau (where many "Himalayan" or "Tibetan-branded berries originate) conventionally uses fertilizers and pesticides, making organic claims for berries originating here dubious.
Vegan, low temperature oven drying and Raw. Vitamin C, Beta Carotene, Trace Minerals, Protein, Amino Acids. Nutrient and Antioxidant rich superfruit. Packed with minerals and vitamins. Tasty on their own, blended with smoothies, mixed with cereals, granola, yogurt and salads.
Often coined as â red diamondsâ on the Asian market, the goji berry has been cherished as one of the most nutrient-rich superfoods for thousands as years. Traditionally used medicinally by Chinese monks, the berry still holds a strong position in asian medical practices today, and is respected in western circles as well. A good source of protein, antioxidants, essential amino acids, and over 20 vitamins and minerals -- including vitamin A, C, and iron -- goji berries possess all the natural elements to support optimum health and vitality. Keep in dry and cool place. These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.We do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.