Organic Mulberries

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Mulberries grow on the Morus – a deciduous bush that thrives in warm, subtropical regions of Africa, Asia and North America. Mulberries contain a variety of valuable nutrients, including fibre,...

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Mulberries grow on the Morus – a deciduous bush that thrives in warm, subtropical regions of Africa, Asia and North America. Mulberries contain a variety of valuable nutrients, including fibre, vitamins (C & K), minerals (iron and calcium). 

Mulberries Benefits

  • Mulberries are a delicious addition to breakfast cereals, trail mix and desserts.
  • Contains a high source of Vitamin C (36mg per 100g).
  • Contain the minerals, iron (7.4mg per 100g) and calcium (156mg per 100g).
  • Contain a source of fibre (6.8 g per 100g).
  • Are certified organic by "Organic Farmers & Growers", the leading organic certification organisation in Great Britain.
  • Have been dried and processed at low temperatures in order to retain an optimal number of their naturally occurring nutrients.
  • Are totally pure and free from additives.
  • Are suitable for those following a vegetarian, vegan or raw food diet.

How To Use Mulberries

Mulberries can be enjoyed any time of the day as a healthy sweet snack. They also make a delicious addition to your favourite breakfast cereals, trail mix and desserts. 

Mulberries Recipe - Mulberry and Blueberry Mousse

This rich, colourful dessert is crammed with mouth-watering fruits, including blueberries and mulberries, and sweetened using exclusively natural ingredients. A yummy dairy-free mousse that’s also ideal for those following a vegetarian, vegan or rawfood diet. 

 

Ingredients

- 1/4 cup of mulberries

- 1/2 cup of blueberries

- 3 tbsp. of chia seeds

- 1/2 cup of (spring) water

- 1 tbsp. of agave nectar

- 1 tbsp. of lucuma powder

- 1 tsp. of lemon juice

Preparation

First, soak the chia seeds in water for approximately 1 hour, or until thick and creamy. Next pop all of the ingredients into your blender and process until nice and smooth. Top with leftover blueberries or mulberries and enjoy!

Mulberries Facts

  • Mulberries are a sought-after ingredient in jams, pastries and wine.
  • There are many different varieties of mulberry - white mulberries, Chinese mulberries, black mulberries and red mulberries are the most common.
  • The leaves of the white mulberry bush are an important part of the silkworm’s diet.
  • Mulberries grow in bunches of 2-3 cm in length.
  • Mulberries contain natural pigments (anthocyanins), which can result in stubborn clothing stains!

Mulberries Authorised Health Claims

  • Mulberries are rich in vitamin C. The vitamin C in mulberries contributes to normal collagen formation, for the normal function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums, skin and teeth. It also contributes to a normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function and the normal function of the immune system. In addition vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, the regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E, and increases iron absorption

 Mulberries Nutritional Information

Components

Per 100g

Energy

1377KJ/329kcal

Protein

4.2g

Carbohydrates

74.6g

Fat

1.5g

About Superfoodies

These are the same delicious mulberries from Detox Your World, but just now in a bright new pretty Superfoodies bag! You can trust that they are the same great quality but most importantly the most natural and delicious Mulberries you can buy. 

    Mulberries Summary 

    Packaging

    Dried berries in a bag

    Country and continent of origin

    Peru, South America

    Product type

    Berries

    Allergy information (free from)

    Do not buy mulberries if you have an allergy to pollen or any other ingredient in mulberries. Always read the information on the packaging carefully before choosing to eat mulberries.

    Suggested Usage

    Enjoy mulberries as a snack between meals, or add to breakfast cereals, trail mix and desserts.

    Recommended dosage

    One small handful, daily (approx. 10 gram)

    Known side effects

    • In rare cases mulberries may cause stomach pain, hyperactivity or mild hallucinations
    • Consult your GP before choosing to order mulberries, especially if you are taking blood-regulating medication, suffer from diabetes, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.
    • Do not order mulberries if you suffer from kidney problems or have been advised by your GP to follow a low potassium diet.

    This product has not been audited or verified by monitoring regulatory authorities. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and / or disorders. Under UK law only a medical doctor may 'treat' illness and disease with a medical origin. The information in this web page is for information purposes only.