Organic White Mulberries

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Raw, unoiled, organic, unsulphured premium mulberriesNaturally sweet taste and soft textureHand-picked and sun-dried to preserve natural flavourGrown with traditional methods to help preserve organic growing areas along the old Silk RoadGreat source of iron, fibre, and vitamin C.
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Average Nutritional ValuesPer 100g
Energy1486kJ / 351kcal
of which Saturates0,8g
of which Sugars68g

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The Sweet and Storied Mulberry: A Sustainable Snack

Mulberries have a sweet, unique taste that has made them popular for both culinary and medicinal uses. White mulberry tree root, leaves, bark, and fruit are used in alternative and traditional medicine for digestive and antiseptic purposes, as well as to reduce cholesterol and provide better control of diabetes. Originally native to China, the mulberry fruit has a storied history tied to its use in the production of silk.

Hand-Picked and Sun-Dried for Natural Goodness

It’s fitting, therefore, that we source our mulberries from areas along the old Silk Road, from smallholder farmers we know personally. Here, the mulberries grow naturally in the backyards of farmers, helping provide additional revenue and expand their range. Next, they are hand-picked and then sun-dried to preserve their natural goodness. Our harvesting techniques help avoid monocultures and strengthen the soil, helping us leave the earth better than when we found it.

Our modern facilities use a combination of eco-friendly pressure treatment and cutting-edge spectroscopy to check, clean, and select our products, guaranteeing premium quality in every pack. The whole process is done without the use of harmful artificial processing methods, for sustainable snacking that's Right by Nature.

Our raw, unoiled, organic, unsulphured premium mulberries have a naturally sweet taste and soft texture, and are hand-picked and sun-dried to preserve their natural flavor. Grown with traditional methods to help preserve organic growing areas along the old Silk Road, these mulberries are also a great source of iron, fiber, and vitamin C. They are perfect as a snack or added to mueslis or natural snack bars.


White mulberries have a sweet, honey-like taste with a very mild tanginess, making them less tart than their red or black counterparts. Their flavor is often described as a subtle mix of vanilla and honey, with a soft, chewy texture when eaten fresh. The sweetness of white mulberries can vary depending on the ripeness of the fruit, with fully ripe berries being particularly sweet and flavorful. Due to their gentle sweetness and pleasant texture, white mulberries are enjoyed fresh, dried, or used in various culinary applications, such as jams, desserts, and baked goods, adding a unique, sweet flavor profile.

White mulberries, scientifically known as Morus alba, are originally native to East Asia, particularly China. They have been cultivated there for thousands of years, primarily for their leaves, which serve as the primary food source for silkworms in the silk industry. Over the centuries, white mulberry trees have been widely introduced and naturalized in many other parts of the world, including Europe, North America, and parts of Africa, due to silk cultivation and their value as a fruit-bearing tree. Today, white mulberries can be found in various climates and regions, thriving in both wild and cultivated environments.

White mulberries offer a range of potential health benefits, including being nutrient-rich with vitamins and minerals, antioxidant properties that combat oxidative stress, possible blood sugar regulation, support for heart health through cholesterol management and blood pressure control, assistance in weight management by promoting satiety, and contributing to digestive health with their dietary fiber content. Additionally, the antioxidants in white mulberries may benefit skin health. To harness these advantages, it's advisable to incorporate white mulberries into a balanced diet and consult with a healthcare provider for personalized dietary recommendations, particularly if you have specific health concerns or conditions.

Mulberries come in various types, including White Mulberry (known for silk production and sweet fruit), Red Mulberry (native to North America with sweet red to black fruit), and Black Mulberry (known for its rich and sweet flavor). Additionally, there are hybrid varieties that combine characteristics of different mulberry species, offering variations in taste and color.

Mulberries are generally not considered toxic to dogs, but it's best to feed them to your dog in moderation. While the fruit itself is not harmful, overconsumption can lead to digestive upset, including diarrhea or stomach discomfort. Also, be cautious of fallen mulberries, as they can ferment on the ground and may cause gastrointestinal issues if ingested. Always introduce new foods slowly into your dog's diet and consult with a veterinarian if you have specific concerns about your pet's health or diet.

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