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White Mulberries – Ancient Oriental Delight
Chewy and honey-like sweet, our whole, sun-dried, white mulberries are nature’s version of candy.
Only a handful of this natural sweetness provides you with a well-rounded bundle of various vitamins, minerals and protein. Mulberries are rich in resveratrol, a plant defense substance which acts as a powerful antioxidant in human bodies.
A delightful alternative to raisins, it’s easy to take pleasure in eating mulberries straight from the bag. Our mulberries contain no additives.
Why we love White Mulberries
Mulberries are a rich source of Vitamin C, iron, calcium, protein and fibre. Along with goji berries and Incan berries, they are one of the few fruits in the world to be thought of as a good source of protein.
The most important antioxidant in mulberries is resveratrol, which is a polyphenol that is also found in grapes.
Chewy and soft with a fig-like crunch, our white mulberries are nature’s version of candy. An ideal and healthy snack for on the go.
SamaraNatura White Mulberries
SamaraNatura offers the white Turkish variety of mulberry, which is shaken from the tree and sun-dried to optimize natural sweetness.
Our mulberries are 100% grown without use of pesticides and agrochemicals, raw, free of preservatives and sustainably harvested.
For snacking, added to muesli, yoghurt or smoothies. Mulberries are excellent in home-made chocolate, cookies and jams.
For raw muesli, you can simply mix dried buckwheat sprouts with the dried mulberries, some fresh fruit, and serve it with raw nut milk.
Nutritional values White Mulberries per 100g
Energy value 1435 kJ / 339 kcal,
fat 2.6g, of which saturated fatty acids 1.2g,
carbohydrates 63g, of which sugar 42.3g
All information is subject to the usual fluctuations in natural products.
This information is not exhaustive or in any way a substitute for professional advice or treatment by trained and recognized physicians or other professionals.