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CURRENT STOCK OF DRIED GOJI BERRIES HAVE SOLD OUT & WILL BE AVAILABLE AGAIN ABOUT OCTOBER 2009

SORRY ABOUT ANY INCONVENIENCE

 

 

 

SPECIALISING IN AUSTRALIA-WIDE EXPRESS Deliveries

of dried goji berries & goji berry plants

to all Australian States - QLD, NSW, ACT, SA, VIC, WA, TAS & NT

 

HOW TO STORE GOJI BERRIES

 

Dried goji berries are best stored in a sealed container at or below 30°C. They do not need to be refrigerated but may be, especially if temperatures consistently exceed 30° C, which can happen in our Australian climate. Goji berries are picked during a three to four month period once a year and their shelf life is generally two to three years from the date they are picked and dried. If un-refrigerated (but stored in a sealed container below 30°C), I give a 12 month ‘Best Use By’ date from the date of packing (which is recorded on the goji berry bag).

 

If you refrigerate the goji berries, you may therefore easily extend the expiry date by at least another 12 months. I like to compare the storage of goji berries with sultanas or nuts generally – i.e. they are quite ok if they are not refrigerated, but will remain ‘fresher’ for longer if they are refrigerated. This is good for you to know if you purchase large quantities of goji berries, or you just want to take them camping with you.

 

Most people actually prefer the taste of the goji berry when it is at room temperature, so it could be a good idea to keep about 200gms in a screw top jar in your kitchen or workplace for ‘easy pickings’ and store the remainder in the fridge or freezer until required.

 

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