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I think it's important as a GM to look over the character sheets. If they are on computers or on the net then ask for a copy before play starts so you can review them. That way you can figure out perplexing situations like this before they happen.
Are these first time players? Video gamers? Maybe the Druid player didn't realize that the nature thing was all that important.
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So my players picked some Moonberries and cast Goodberry on it without checking what kind of berries they are, what are people's opinions on how this would work?
Casting goodberry makes 2d4 freshly picked berries magical. You (as well as any other druid of 3rd or higher level) can immediately discern which berries are affected. Each transmuted berry provides nourishment as if it were a normal meal for a Medium creature. The berry also cures 1 point of damage when eaten, subject to a maximum of 8 points of such curing in any 24-hour period.
The berries are transmuted to magical berries that are nutritious and healing. They are no longer poisonous.
If you improperly pick out the magical berries, and accidently include some unchanged ones, then you have a problem. :-)