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The fruit produces a bright orange-red, ellipsoid berry 1-2 cm long. The number of seeds in each berry varies widely based on cultivar and fruit size, containing anywhere between 10-60 tiny yellow seeds that are compressed with a curved embryo.

Known in Asia as an extremely nutritious food, Wolfberries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for at least 2,000 years (Gross et al., 2006). There has been a rapidly growing recognition of Wolfberries for their nutrient richness and antioxidant qualities in the United States and other such industrialized countries.

Wolfberry contains significant percentages of a day's macronutrient needs: Carbohydrates, Protein, Fat and dietary Fiber. 68% of the mass of dried Wolfberries exists as Carbohydrate, 12% as Protein, and 10% each as Fiber and Fat, giving a total caloric value in a 100 gram serving of 370 (kilo) calories, of which 272 come from Carbohydrates, and 90 of which come from Fat.


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