These are touted as some kind of superfood, which are heaving with vitamins and minerals. I take this with a pinch of salt, as some of these raw food 'gurus' can be a little bit 'Harpic' (round the bend). I guess it depends on what type of soil you have and how much compost and mulch you put on the plants but might be worth a prepper/survivalist having a few of these shrubs growing either in your garden or guerrilla planted in your area. They are said to grow in hedgerows in parts of the UK, so should be reasonably straightforward to produce some.Having access to some 'superfoods' when things get scarce could give you a bit of an edge.I've been looking at another superfood plant called Maca, which is like a radish but don't know if they will grow here, normally found very high up in the Andes......
Once established, goji berries are incredibly easy to grow. They’ll grow in almost any type of soil, and can even thrive in poor soil, as they are used to the mountainous regions in the Himalayas. They are reasonably drought-tolerant, and will even grow in partial shade (though you’ll get more berries from them if you grow them in full sun).