Dried Mulberries

Contrary to popular belief, dried mulberries do not grow on a bush. They grow on a tree. As it can do with very little water, the mulberry tree can thrive under an amazing range of climatic conditions. While even today some regard the mulberry fruit as having a toxic effect, it remains a popular food item consumed fresh, particularly in Eastern countries. Having said that, not all the countries have perfect conditions for drying the fruit as it takes a lot of strong sunshine and a humidity-free environment to dry.

  • Production of Dried Mulberries
  • The mulberry is particularly attractive to moths. To ensure that our mulberries are free from moths and larvae, we fumigate them in a pressure tank, using only CO2 and no chemical agents. This allows us to offer dried mulberries that can have a shelf life of up to 3 years.
  • Another issue requiring close monitoring in mulberry production is the presence of Ochratoxin A, a compound produced by several species of fungi. As a supplier which serves customers around the world, we ensure that our mulberries comply with regulations governing permitted ochratoxin levels, which can vary from country to country. The European Union, for example, does not establish a general limit while its member country, Germany, only allows levels of up to 2 μg/L.
  • All mulberry processing takes place in our BRC certified facility, and our mulberries are certified organic under USDA and EU regulations. They are packaged in accordance with our customers’ needs and shipped anywhere in the world.
  • Exclusive Quality Dried Mulberries
  • As the world’s biggest supplier of mulberries, we are in the best position to respond to your dried mulberry needs. We deliver orders as small as one pallet load to six of the world’s continents. Our partner companies will gladly assist customers with their retail needs. Please contact us for more information. Our mulberries can also be found at Trader Joe’s, on Amazon and at Whole Foods under different brand names.
  • Promoted by Dr. Oz in 2012 as a superfruit, the mulberry has been increasingly consumed and has enjoyed wider recognition from the organic food market. Its low glycemic index - which Dr. Oz identified as its most important feature - makes it an excellent snack for children and adults alike.
  • The mulberry’s uniqueness also stems from its resveratrol content. This antioxidant increases the body’s resistance to free radicals and reduces leukocytes in the blood. The mulberry’s beneficial properties were known in the Near and Far East for centuries where it was traditionally used as an antiseptic to heal wounds, particularly in the mouth.
  • Mulberries are a rich source of vitamins, particularly vitamin C, which gives them health-promoting properties. By warding off free radicals, mulberries help protect the body from winter diseases such as the cold and flu, as well as from several types of cancer. They also help accelerate recovery from disease and prevent the spread of germs.
  • A serving of 100g of dried mulberries provides 43 calories. These mulberries are rich in vitamins A, C and E. Their nutritional content is 70% carbohydrate, 12% fiber, and 12% protein, which makes them a significantly greater source of protein than other berries.
  • How to Use Dried Mulberries
  • Our mulberries’ unique sweet taste makes them a perfect addition to cereals and oatmeal, and they can be consumed with raisins, trail mixes, homemade cakes, yogurt and desserts.
  • Our mulberries are a satisfying and nutritious snack for people on the go. Dried white mulberries can be soaked in water to improve their texture and incorporated into recipes. Mulberries can also be ground and added to recipes for muffins and cupcakes. Chocolate bar, fruit-filled protein bar, candy and snack producers can also benefit from our sun dried mulberry crumbles.

Organic Dried Mulberries

After fumigation, our mulberries are passed through a sieve to be selected for size and separated from dust. If necessary, they are also passed through a sortex machine to be sorted for color. They are then carefully hand selected by our factory workers in line with our customers’ specifications.

One of the challenges posed by mulberry processing consists in the presence of stones, which can be separate from the fruit or sticking to it. To eliminate risks related to stones, our mulberries undergo inspection by x-ray machine, which is capable of detecting high density stones of any size above 2 mm.

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● Whole
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● Crumbles
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Did You Know?

Color difference in berries is due to different moisture and nutrient levels. All white, cream-colored, brown and dark mulberries belong to the same species of mulberry tree (Morus alba); only the black mulberry belongs to the species Morus nigra.

Dark-colored berries are generally high in moisture and nutrients, and sweet in taste. White-colored berries, on the other hand, have a lower moisture content and therefore a drier texture.



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