Organic Mulberry FAQ

What are Mulberries?

Morus, a genus of flowering plants in the family Moraceae, consists of diverse species of deciduous tree commonly known as Mulberries, growing wild and under cultivation in many temperature world regions.

What type of Mulberries do we supply?

We supply dried white mulberries.

Are the Mulberries we supply organic?

Yes! Our Mulberries are Soil Association certified… yippiee!

Where do Mulberries come from?

Mulberries are native to Southern Asia, but are widely distributed across Europe, South Africa, South America and North America. Our Organic Mulberries are a product of Turkey.

What do Mulberries look like?

Mulberries are a golden brown colour and look similar to a raisin in size.

How would you describe the flavour of Mulberries?

Mulberries have a delicate taste and chewy texture that’s mildly sweet. It is similar to the taste of dried goji berries and figs.

What are alternative names for Mulberries?

Other names for Mulberries include Morus Alba, Morus Nigra, Morus Rubra and White Mulberry.

What health benefits do Mulberries have?

It’s believed that Mulberries are a good source of iron, vitamin C and several plant compounds. Some even believe that the berry can lower cholesterol and blood sugar.

What is the suggested use for Mulberries?

Sprinkle mulberries on to your morning breakfast such as smoothie bowls, porridge or cereal. Bake into biscuits, muffins and bliss balls. Steep in hot water to make mulberry tea or simply snack on when you’re feeling peckish but want something healthy.

About the Author


As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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