iHerb Customer Reviews
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Navitas - good as always
Posted by Reviewer1029130 on Oct 25, 2011
I just love these gojies - as a snack, in puddings, desserts, trail mix etc. Good quality at a good price. Thank you iHerb!
Posted by Reviewer1973741 on Oct 03, 2011
taste SO good. I eat them with chocolate nibs from the navitas,good snacks :-)
Posted by philbeer on Jun 23, 2012
These Goji Berries are some of the nicest ive tried. The sweeter the berries are is an indicator of their quality(containing more polysaccharides). Ive gotten my health conscious customers at work to try them and they liked them alot, where previously they may have tried other inorganic brands and found that they were very bitter. These berries have a sweeter taste, and are perfect for eating by the handful, extracting the polysaccharides into a tea, or even creating a 1:1 alcohol extract, making a very sweet tasting extract.
Goji goji goji, get your goji going
Posted by cmassaad on Jun 25, 2012
Love these organic goji berries with a nut mix of a nut mix that I make. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by Reviewer1598731 on Aug 20, 2012
These are the best goji berries ive ever tried! taste so yummy, and can be used in almost everything.
the best goji berries
Posted by holyvitaminsbatman on Aug 24, 2012
like anything else, there is a huge quality curve when it comes to goji berries. Sometimes they are downright awful, shriveled and dusty tasting. These are not. Delicious, incredibly healthy snacking. I shovel em into my mouth by the handful.
Posted by Reviewer2587048 on Mar 23, 2012
Perfect instead of raisin, and much more healthy! Is excellent together with nuts and other dried berries
Posted by Reviewer3029717 on Apr 18, 2012
Super!!! Eat it avery morning for brakfast, very tasty, sweet and helthy!
Posted by 5288988875472493679 on May 01, 2012
At first, the taste is weird - like it's a little too creamy without the tartness I would expect form a berry. However, it quickly becomes addictive and has found it's way into my trail mix, breakfast cereal, yogurt, etc.
Posted by bpersson on May 23, 2012
Me and my six year old son loves them!