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, dried mulberries 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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Kathy, Pewaukee, Wi October 3, 2013
“Just got my mulberries and first of all my husband and I laughed out loud while reading the box!!!! So cute. The berries are WONDERFUL and my husband asked if you have catalogues? We LOVE nuts and can't wait to order more from your company. Thank you SO much.”
Michael, Peachtree City, GA October 3, 2013
“BEST source for nuts, dried fruits, etc! Ordered a pound of macadamias for half the price as our local grocer and taste so much better. Also ordered dried mulberries after watching Dr. Oz proclaim them the new super health food. They are fresh and tasty! Aside from the great products, Nuts.com has awesome service and a fun, friendly air about them. Will be ordering my Christmas gifts from them!”
Steve, Belchertown, Ma October 3, 2013
“Excellent product, price, delivery speed, communication. Even nice packaging and box. Definitely adding to "My Favorites" for future purchases. These folks have it down. I personally sell on the internet as well, and I'll be "stealing" (OPPS! I mean borrowing), some of their Customer Service ideas. (don't worry guys, I don't sell nuts) Steve”
Patricia, Westerville, OH October 3, 2013
“Prompt shipping! Like these mulberries better than others. Yours are not as bone dry but still plump dried. We have already converted some friends and will direct them your way. Appreciate your service!!”
Monica, Reisterstown, Maryland October 2, 2013
“Thanks! Nuts.com did a great job at getting my product out to me the following day. I purchased the dried mulberries and they are excellent. It was nice to get a treat that was in the box that I didn't order. I definitely will order from Nuts.com again. Great job! Keep up the good work.”
Lane, Houston, Texas October 2, 2013
“Love the dried mulberries, thanx for the goji. Wish everyone shipped that fast, could not believe my package arrived that fast. You guys are Nutty............................thank you.”
Cathy, Wallingford, Ct. October 2, 2013
“I received my dried white mulberries....they are delish...and will be sending for more....thank you for the nice surprise of the goji fruit..!
Elnora, Baltimore, Maryland October 2, 2013
“Hi there, you have one happy customer. My sister wanted these berries and when she say that's what the doctor ordered the deal is sealed.”
Kim, stamford, ct September 27, 2013
“unbelievable how fast my order came. i ordered thursday afternoon and by 11:30 on friday i had my order. Mulberries are delicious. can't wait to try the other stuff i got. i will most definitely be ordering again!!”
shane, stamford, Connecticut May 17, 2013
“Who knew Mulberries were so good?? These are my new favorite snack!”
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sandra, Jackson, MS September 27, 2014
“This was the first time i tried mulberries, I was anxious at first, but the mulberries were delicious, and I shared them with family and co-workers . Thanks!”
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|