NingXia Red FAQs
NingXia Red Frequently Asked Questions
NingXia Red® is a superfruit supplement that combines the power of whole NingXia wolfberry puree, pure essential oils, and a synergistic blend of fruit juices and extracts to support whole-body wellness.
NingXia Red contains whole wolfberries—juice, peel, and fruit—to create a naturally beneficial juice puree. Using this safe and effective preservative allows us to extend NingXia Red’s shelf life, maintain product integrity, and protect the benefits of the wolfberry, all while keeping it free of naturally occurring microorganisms. These are also required preservatives for many of our international markets.
Goji berry is just another name for wolfberry; therefore, they can be used the same way. We use the name wolfberry because it’s the local name used in the area where the berries are harvested. These delicious dried berries add an array of nutrients to cereals, salads, trail mixes, and more.
The juice concentrates are sourced in the United States.
NingXia Red does not contain any gluten, soy, or nuts, and no ingredients are derived from gluten, soy, or nuts.
The vanilla extract used in NingXia Red comes from Madagascar.
NingXia Red contains stevia to naturally reduce the caloric content. Stevia is 300 times sweeter than sugar, allowing for a delightfully delicious beverage with only 2 grams of naturally occurring sugar per serving! It also provides the best sugar-alternative flavour with the least amount of aftertaste.
NingXia Red contains only 2 grams of naturally occurring sugar per 2-ounce serving.
NingXia Red is generally safe for everyone; however, if you have questions or concerns, we recommend that you consult a health professional.
Yuzu (Citrus junos) is a citrus fruit similar to a satsuma mandarin. It originated in China and is used extensively as a flavouring in many Asian countries. Yuzu is commonly used for cooking because its rind is very fragrant. It is also used as a flavour enhancer in many dishes, including soups, fish, candies, and teas. The yuzu fruit is very tart and full of large, white seeds that make it difficult to eat.
Aronia berries (Aronia melanocarpa) originate from the eastern part of North America and Canada. They contain polyphenols, antioxidants, and anthocyanins, which give them their dark, violet color.
Studies on the consumption of wolfberries and how much NingXia Red to drink recommend consuming up to 4 ounces a day to receive the most benefits from this superfood.
Grape seed extract is a patented product made in California from a special seed blend that comes primarily from varietal white wine grape seeds. The seeds are extracted with hot water and then purified, concentrated, and spray dried into a phenolic grape seed extract powder.
These fruits contribute to the numerous benefits of NingXia Red and add to its delicious flavour.
Yes. Every batch of NingXia Red is pasteurised using only high-temperature flash pasteurisation.
Unopened, NingXia Red will remain safe and effective at least 24 months from its production. Once opened, you should refrigerate NingXia Red and enjoy it within 30 days.
One 2-ounce serving of NingXia Red contains 1 serving of fruit.
Yes. NingXia Red is both vegetarian and vegan.
There are more than 14 grams of wolfberries in each 2-ounce serving of NingXia Red.
Absolutely! We encourage you to customise your daily serving of NingXia Red by experimenting with your favorite Culinary oils.
Our line of NingXia products is the best way to make sure you’re getting your daily dose of wolfberries, superfruits, and essential oils. NingXia Red in particular helps you get lots of wolfberry goodness in a quick and delicious way.
NingXia Red is great any time of day! However, many people prefer to drink it first thing in the morning for a boost of superfruit power.
Many say that dried wolfberries and goji berries taste similar to dried cranberries. However, dried wolfberries have a stronger, fuller flavour. The best way to know is to give them a try!
Goji berries are the same thing as wolfberries! We just choose to use the name the local residents use in the Ningxia region where our wolfberries are grown.