Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Meet the mulberry, which Dr. Oz calls the hottest new superfood for battling diabetes, cholesterol and heart disease. These super berries can even help you to lose weight by blocking sugar. Mulberries are a compound fruit, like raspberries and blackberries, and have a sweet, mild flavor. For a fruit, they have unusually high levels of iron and protein, and are a good source of many nutrients.
Health Benefits of Mulberries
Eating just a few dried white mulberries can be great for your health - a single serving contains significant amounts of Vitamin C, dietary fiber, calcium, iron, and protein. In addition, dried mulberries contain anthocyanins, a group of antioxidants known for their anti-inflammatory and possible anti-cancer properties. Anthocyanins have been used to improve blood circulation. Dried mulberries also contain resveratrol, the same potent antioxidant found in red wine and peanuts. Studies indicate that resveratrol may lower blood pressure and reduce the risk for heart disease.
How to Enjoy Dried Mulberries
Natural dried mulberries are a delicious and nutritious snack. These chewy berries have no additives and pack a naturally sweet taste that is similar to goji berries and dried figs. You can enjoy dried white mulberries by themselves as a snack or add them to granola or trail mix. Dried mulberries can also be reconstituted in water to improve their texture and incorporated into other recipes. Get a super immune boost by adding soaked dried mulberries to smoothies and juices. Garnish yogurt or oatmeal with the dried berries, or grind them up and add them to recipes for muffins, cupcakes, and other baked goods. Mulberries pair exceptionally well with other superfruits like goji berries and blueberries. They can also be used to make puddings and wines.
At Nuts.com, we have a special affinity for mulberries, as our store was located on Mulberry Street in Newark, New Jersey for decades.
The Mulberry Tree
Our dried mulberries come from the white mulberry tree. The mulberry tree is also notable for its leaves, which are one of the only foods that silkworms will eat. Mulberry trees are great to have in the yard because they grow very quickly, provide a lot of shade, and grow tasty berries every year. They are also very resistant to drought and can effectively withstand cold temperatures. White mulberry trees are named after the color of their buds, although the fruit they produce is also white. During harvest time, the trees are shaken to remove the fresh mulberries from their branches and the falling fruits are collected into soft cloth nets.
Our mulberries are crunchy.
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Ronald, New York, NY March 5, 2013
“Mulberries, who knew! Everyone has danced around the Mulberry Bush a few times as children. I ordered a 1 pound bag and my wife and I danced around the Mulberry Bag and ate half of them in about 15 minutes. They are awsome! Tastes like a mix of honey, blueberry, dates, fig, and cinnimon. Truly exceptional. Great Product. I will be ordering pounds to hand out to friends and family.”
Richard, New Paltz, NY February 24, 2013
“The dried mulberries are DELICIOUS! And great quality...No weird debris or rotten or otherwise ugly mulberries!
They're crunchy, so i find my best use for them is in oatmeal ,along with some nuts.(though i do occasionally just snack on them) These are not super sweet,and they're highly nutritious. I'm calling it a superfood!”
Manijeh, Vienna, Virginia January 30, 2013
“This is the first time I have placed order with nuts.com. The quality of their stuff is superb and their service is amazing. I am so glad to find them.”
Carole, enterprise, al January 25, 2013
“The quality of the products was amazing! Nuts.com is my new favorite company!! Thanks!”
Bec, Sedona, AZ January 17, 2013
“A vegetarian, I now actually test slightly high for iron after eating lots of the delicious dried berries! Enjoy in moderation! :)”
Mat, Portland, OR October 19, 2012
“First order with y'all, and definitely the first of many! These dried Mulberries are even better than the ones I fell in love with, and are a much better price to boot! Thanks for the quick, nicely packed shipment.. See ya next order!”
Steven, Eagan, MN October 4, 2012
“Wicked fast delivery! Amazing products! You guys rock. I highly recommend the dried mulberries they are nutritious and delicious, a wonderful snack food. Even better when I mix them with the dark chocolate covered goji berries. The stevia powder is a fantastic quality at an even better price. Thanks, I'll be ordering again very soon.”
Dina, columbus, ohio June 12, 2012
“Hi,Nutty family,mulberry very sweet,Nuts tasty.Thank-you”
Sarah January 19, 2012
“The mulberries are so delicious! We can't stop eating them... I mixed them with some of the other dried fruits I ordered from the site and they add a lovely little crunch to the mix. So yummy, and healthy too!”
Mike, Chicago December 20, 2011
“The dried mulberries I got from you were just as good as what I buy at Whole Markup, but cost a lot less money. I'll have no problem recommending you to my friends.”
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sarah, Prescott, az July 21, 2014
“Today I received my order and it was well packed. I love their Turkish figs (dried), and the white mullberries are delicious. I was happy to receive a nice sample of Turkish apricots. I love buying from this store.”
Serving Size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
(Approx. 11.4 Servings/Pound)
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories From Fat||10|
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 1120 pieces per pound.
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 1 year. This item can be frozen.
Country of Origin: Turkey
|1 Pound Bags|
|5 Pound Bags|
|27.55 Pound Cases|