Sunfood Goji Berries, Certified Organic, Non-GMO, 8oz
- Antioxidant Rich
- Certified Organic by CCOF, Non-GMO verified
- Delicious Superfood Enjoyed by All Ages
- Boundless Source of Vitamins & Trace Minerals
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Food sensitivity: Non-GMO Project Verified, USDA Organic, Raw, Vegan.
Packaged in a gluten-free facility. May contain traces of tree nuts and peanuts.
Organic goji berries.Caution / Allergen Statement: Packaged in a facility that also processes dairy, wheat, soy, peanuts and tree nuts.
Suggested Use: Add to trail mixes, meals, smoothies, teas or eat as a delicious snack all by themselves for an antioxidant-rich boost.
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Top Customer Reviews
Much better than Navitas' goji berries, which were basically crunchy (stale) and inferior in taste.
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The quality has dropped since I've written this review, but they are still way better than Natvitas, which aren't worth eating. I'll be checking out other brands though to see if I can get better ones.
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I've now tried the Dragon Herbs Goji berries, and these are how Sun Foods used to be. They're moist, chewy, and excellent. Definitely the best I've tried.
This stuff is plump like raisins. Navita crunchy dried junk.
Also, I was able to buy locally for 2 bucks less then here.
I am new to eating Goji, so I do not understand why some products are plump while others are not.
Update: it seems to be hit and miss. 2 of 3 bags were great, one, dried junk. still a lot better than other brands i have tried.
In response to some of the other people who are objecting to the price, I have been to David Wolfe's lectures (the founder of the company that imports these gojis) and he has spoken of the extreme difficulty with proper quality control of goji berries. They grow in China (and in Tibet) natively, and even many of the products out there that claim they are "organic" may not really be, as some of them can be tested and proven they are still sprayed with sulfur dioxide among other preservatives.
Sunfood Nutrition has 4 checkpoints in China and in the export process to absolutely ensure the quality of their product is a high as they say it is.
David Wolfe has stated that Sunfood is not at all trying to compete on price with cheaper products that are flooding healthfood stores and internet companies nationwide. Their only passion is the highest quality available.
By the way, I have tasted dozens of raw chocolate products (raw cacao) as well, and NO ONE has the consistent quality and taste of the Sunfood products. Try it for yourself and see.
As far as taste, I got much better goji berries from Ron Teaguarden's Dragon Herbs at I Herb dot com (first time buyers also get a very sizable discount on orders). The Sun food goji berries had some duds, the Dragon Herbs ones are much better in quality and taste which means they'll provide you the health benefits you're looking for as well.
A lot of people trying to eat better want to do it with integrity. For anyone who wants to hear the sad tale of the Sun Foods saga and the nasty things going on as a few very low integrity mega corporations try to take over the natural foods market, I'm posting a link below to the Youtube. I was surprised to hear this and would NEVER want to promote a company like this who stole a man's life's work out from under him.
My only beef with goji berries are that they are BONE dry. So dry, in fact, they could hurt your teeth, if you have sensitive teeth. I actually know someone who chipped a tooth on goji berries. Soaking them is ideal, and then using the juice in smoothies, not to waste the antioxidants that washed off into the water.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sunfood was taken over by Procter and Gamble, a terrible company with close ties to Monsanto. The bag of berries I got have a strange soapy taste, nothing I have ever tasted when... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris
Goji berries help keep my cancer from returning. Great in salads. Good service.Published 4 months ago by Jan Kosek
very good but expensive. you can find them at small stores that sell spices, flour, nuts in bulk or by the ounce (not big retailers...you know who I'm talking about). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer