Mulberry Crumbles

Mulberry crumbles are a trending product for muesli, fruit bars and raw chocolate. Producers seeking an ingredient which can give a sweet taste and crunchy texture to their preparations would greatly benefit from mulberry crumbles. They provide a taste similar to that of cacao nibs.

  • Production of Crumbles
  • Mulberry crumbles are a down-sieve product of our mulberry processing. However, when they are first obtained as a leftover they are only 50% pure. Along with crumbles, stems, dust, small stones and other foreign material of plant and non-plant origin are found.
  • To ensure the cleanliness of mulberry crumbles, they are pneumatically sorted and undergo sieving 3 times and x-ray screening 2 times. Additionally, a slow visual control is performed in order to reach the maximum purity. At the end of processing we are able to achieve 99% purity and to offer mulberry crumbles that are free from hard foreign material. They can safely serve as a sugar alternative in your products.
  • Mulberry crumbles are raw and vegan and the perfect choice for raw products. They can be used as an ingredient in any preparation which calls for cane sugar.
  • Benefits of Mulberry Crumbles
  • Dried mulberry crumbles are an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. The soluble fiber in mulberries, particularly pectin, acts as a prebiotic and has been shown to reduce levels of “low-density lipoprotein” (LDL) cholesterol, also called bad cholesterol, in the blood. This may be linked to pectin’s characteristic ability to form a gel-like substance, which may reduce the amount of LDL cholesterol that is absorbed in the bloodstream. Insoluble fiber in mulberries, on the other hand, has a protective effect on the digestive tract and helps prevent diseases such as colon cancer.
  • Dried mulberry crumbles are also an excellent source of the essential mineral iron. An insufficient consumption of iron can lead to iron-deficiency anemia, the most widespread form of nutritional deficiency in the world. It causes well-known symptoms of fatigue due to the body’s inability to supply adequate levels of oxygen to working cells. Since mulberries provide both iron and vitamin C, and since plant-based non-heme iron requires vitamin C for better absorption, including mulberry crumbles in one’s diet can be a convenient way to increase one's iron intake.
  • How to Use Mulberry Crumbles
  • Mulberry crumbles are most commonly purchased by food industry actors involved in the making of sweet products such as fruit bars, jam or chocolate as well as by bakers for the making of cakes, pies, cookies or pastries.
  • However, mulberry crumbles can be enjoyed by everyone as a sweet and chewy addition to cereal, muesli, or yogurt. They can also be used as a natural source of sugar in homemade baked goods or blended into smoothies.

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Available As

● Halves
● Crumbles


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● EU / EC Organic
● COR Organic
● Kosher
● Halal

Did You Know?

In addition to serving as food for the silkworm, mulberry leaves have also long been used for medicinal purposes in Chinese and other Eastern traditions. A herbal tea made from mulberry leaves is consumed in countries such as China and Japan to improve immune system function and to lower blood sugar levels.

Modern research suggests that mulberry leaves can indeed have a beneficial impact on blood glucose control.



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