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Ecoideas Authentic Tibetan Goji Berries
454 g
Ecoideas Authentic Tibetan Goji Berries are considered to be one of the world’s richest nutrient food and most potent antioxidant. They contain 19 amino acids, 27 trace minerals, vitamin E, B1, B2, B6, and C. They are certified to be free of yeast/mold, microbial bacteria and sulfate.

The recommended daily intake of Goji Berries is a small handful (20 to 30g).

They can be eaten as a dry or wet snack (after being soaked overnight). Mix them into cereals, yogurt or blend them into smoothies. Also, add to recipes for muffins and breads or add to soup for a unique added flavour.

Ingredients: Tibetan Goji Berries (Lycium Barbarum).

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Irmgard: more than a year ago

One of all those refills I get because they make me feel good and healthy!


Irmgard: more than a year ago

I just love these berries, I soak them for about three or more hours, stirred up in yoghurt , and have as a snack in the afternoon: delicious! This time around I bought a bigger bag and find that the berries are really sticking together, hard to break up: dried too little maybe? But I love them for a healthy snack!


Megan: more than a year ago

These little delights are packed full of antioxidants are are a great addition to your diet. I was hoping they would be a bit softer for additions to salads and to much on. Some are so hard they just break in my teeth, but they are delightful soaked in my overnight oats or added to my smoothies or simply added to my yogurt before eating to soften up.


Greta: more than a year ago

Excellent when combined with other dried fruits or cereals and yogourt. I wish they were less dry, to feel the taste better. As for the delivery, I raise my hat to the team of Well.ca! Thanks guys, you always make me feel spoiled and when I receive the parcel from you, I have the feeling it's a gift.

Mike: more than a year ago

I honestly think gogi berries are over hyped. It tasted ok but I didn't feel any benefits. I will stick to eating my regular fruits and vegetables.

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