Goji berry or Wolfberry there is a difference
The Tibetan Goji berry is a member of the Solaneca family, " the mother plant" to the Chinese (lycium) wolfberry. The locals explain that the Chinese took this plant from Tibet over two centuries ago and since have polluted it, cross-cloned it, and contaminated the soils in which the wolfberries grow, with DDT and other pesticides.
A recent botanical research team toured all of the botanical farms in all the Chinese provinces and reported there are no organic farms, in China and the wolfberries grown were highly contaminated with pesticides.
The Tibetan Goji berries offered here have been grown in protected valleys, in wild and cultivated areas of inner Mongolia in million year-old soil where goji grown without pesticides and have never been used.