Description aka wolfberry shrivelled red berries that resemble raisins Grown in the Himalayan mountains How to Use Eat by the handful, as a snack Use as you would raisins – in stews, curries, sauces Add to muesli, cereals, yogurt, ice cream Add to pastries, pies, cookies, muffins, scones Use in smoothies Gogi berries pair well with pork and chicken Health Properties One of the best sources of antioxidants Contain more vitamin C than oranges and more beta-carotene than carrots Contain more iron than steak Excellent source of vitamin E Contain 18 amino acids, vitamin A, C, iron Contains an antioxidant known as “natural sunscreen” Also known as “happy berries” because they induce a sense of well-being Storage Store in an airtight container in a dark cupboard for up to 1 year Availability:Year round

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