White organic mountain mulberries 1kg

Pearls of SamarkandSKU: : 42497

€24,99 / kg


Our organic mulberries are:

  • 100% pure nature
  • gently processed and dried
  • Berry rich in vital substances
  • without preservative substances
  • without dyes or other unnatural additives
  • without any sweeteners or sugar solutions

 Vital substances:

The mulberry tree is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The ingredients of the mulberries are said to have valuable health effects for the human organism. Hildegard von Bingen recommended mulberries for fever, cough and sore throat, because of their supposed expectorant effect. In addition, they are said to protect the liver against inflammation.3

Mulberries contain some vitamins, including vitamin C. They also contain various phytochemicals such as essential amino acids and minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and manganese. 1-5

Mulberries are said to have a particularly high amount of antioxidants and are therefore often considered the perfect anti-aging fruit. Antioxidants switch off free radicals, which damage the genetic material in our cells. This damage to the genetic make-up can lead to diseases such as diabetes, arteriosclerosis or rheumatism.5

Dried mulberries contain the same nutrients as fresh mulberries, only in a more concentrated form. We recommend dried mulberries or similar dried fruits, especially in times when the body needs more vital substances or a sufficient supply is not always guaranteed.


The wild mountain mulberries are, compared to normal white mulberries, extremely aromatic and therefore a lot more intense in taste, a little less sweet, but fruity and strong.

The white mountain mulberries differ slightly in color from the normal white organic mulberries. They are not completely white or cream-colored but are provided with light brown spots of color.

Like most wild fruits, our wild mountain mulberries are slightly smaller than their related varieties.

The percentage of breakage is very low, as the mountain mulberries are gently dried and handled with care. They are dark beige in color.

Origin and manufacture:

We source our white organic mountain mulberries from Uzbekistan. There they ripen on wild shrubs in the remote mountain regions around Samarkand. Large areas of the area are certified organic and are only cultivated for harvest by the local organic FAIRTRADE farmers.  

The mulberries are treated like Fairtrade products by the Fairtrade community, which consists of the Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba and Turob Bobo groups. There are currently no standards after which the mulberries can be certified by FAIRTRADE International.
Therefore, the mulberries meet the common Fairtrade requirements, but cannot receive the logo and the Fairtrade farmers do not receive any additional bonus for their additional work. Here you can tell that the Fairtrade idea has passed into the blood and is lived, even without money.  

The mountain mulberries are harvested by hand, but only when the berries are fully ripe. After the harvest, they are carefully washed and then gently dried with the help of the sun. The drying process used is a very environmentally friendly solar drying method that is extremely gentle on the product.

In Austria, the mulberries are pressure treated and laser cleaned. With pressure removal, the interaction of pressure and time ensures absolute freedom from pests. During the subsequent multiple cleaning in the laser cleaning system, the organic berries are checked individually to rule out any foreign contamination.

 Organic ingredients: Mountain mulberries, dried white

1 Wikipedia: Mulberries, mulberries, white mulberries, black mulberries
2 issgesund.at
3 Book: Medicine for the whole family Hildegard von Bingen
4 Gesundheit.de
5 Apotheken-Umschau.de

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