Our Customers Thought
I love these berries, although they are not actual gooseberries. I think the description that calls them cape gooseberries is accurate, but the name is a bit misleading, since these are berries of the genus physalis rather than actual gooseberries, which are a very different berry of the genus ribes. Delicious, nonetheless!David, Cambridge, MA
fantastic....golden, dark golden, many soft berries-unusual because I often see dried overly dried/ripened ones. Perfect!Irene, Ann Arbor, MI
This batch didn't have as many plump gold/dark amber colored berries but they were still good. LOVE them!Irene, Ann Arbor, MI
OHHHHH the tartness of these berries is addictive!! I toss these in cranberry sauce recipes, fruit salad, and with energy trail mixes. YUM!Patricia, Old Lyme, CT
The way they should be. Exactly as pctured golden orange. I bought so many bad ones from different companies in the past dark brown with a funky overly ripened taste and smell. These ones are gorgeous. Thank you. love them and great customer service. Please continue such outstanding customer support. I would like to buy from you in the future. :)Irene, Ann Arbor, MI
I like to think I am eating a bag of Skittles when I sit down with a handful.Lynn, East Aurora, NY
Totally addicted to these! I mix them in a pineapple/grapefruit salad so the next day after they absorb the fruit juices they are really soft. I also mix in with apples for raw apple pie, a "secret ingredient" in cranberry sauce, etc. Nuts.com always delivers fast and fresh!Patricia, Niantic, CT
Berry berry berry good. Tart, nice crunchy seeds.James, Baton Rouge, LA
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Organic Goldenberries Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
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Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 1 year. This item can be frozen.
Country of origin: Peru