SunFood Superfoods White Mulberries Raw Organic Description
Sun-Dried & Naturally Sweet
USDA Organic • Non-GMO • RAW
Vegan • Gluten Free • Kosher
Vitamin C - Immune System
Iron - Supports Blood Health
Calcium - Bone Health
Vitamin A - Vision & Immune Support
Certified Organic White Mulberries
Mulberries are sweet, uniquely delicate berries bursting with flavor as well as vitamin C, which may function as an antioxidant to contribute to healthy immunity. Originally from Ease Asia, they come from deciduous trees that are so hearty and fast-growing that people began to cultivate them all over the world. In addition to vitamin C, mulberries are also rich in iron, plus they have calcium, potassium and vitamin A. Naturally sweet and amazingly fragrant, they are truly nature's candy!
The Sunfood Difference™
Sunfood's raw, certified organic white mulberries are grown in a pristine environment without the use of pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. After being carefully harvested, they are dried by the sun to create the perfect level of moisture and chewiness. This gentle, preservative-free process ensures the vitality of delicate nutrients and enzymes to bring you the healthiest, most delicious mulberries available.
Suggested Use: Enjoy straight out of the bag or add to trail mixes, salad, cereal, granola, yogurt, smoothies, and dessert recipes.
GMOs, gluten, preservatives, pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers.
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SunFood Superfoods White Mulberries Raw Organic -- 1 lb
Chewy Vanilla like Flavor
My husband and I buy all kinds of "super foods" and specifically "super berries". We love all of them but this White mulberry tops them all. I could go without candy my entire life if I had these to snack on regularly. We could not believe how much they taste like caramel vanilla candy chews! In our new house, we just noticed this Spring that we have a black mulberry tree in our yard; yet, never considered eating them but next Spring I think I will try putting them in my Excalibur dehydrator and see how they turn out...I suppose they will be sour and nothing like these White Mulberries. You must try them!
August 7, 2014