5 Reasons to Love Turkish White Mulberries

1. Addicting Taste + Texture

Try one, and you'll probably reach for another...and another...Turkish white mulberries have a soft, slightly-chewy texture with a nice “give." They're naturally sweet, with a subtle fig-like taste.

2. Antioxidant Enthusiasts

These wholesome berries contain loads of protective antioxidant polyphenols, which defend the cells from free radical damage. Polyphenol is derived in part from the Greek word "polus," meaning "many" or "much."

3. To The (Blood Sugar) Rescue

Turkish white mulberries contain a unique compound called 1-deoxynojirimycin that may inhibit the absorption of carbohydrates and sugars in the G.I. tract.

4. Popular in TCM

All parts of the morus alba (white mulberry) tree have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, a system of healing more than 2,000 years old. The bark is often used for wheezing and coughs, while the berries are used to tonify the blood, relieve constipation, treat diabetes and ward off premature grey hair.

5. Ready to Mingle

...with your favorite snacks! Add them to energy bars, yogurt or oatmeal; or make a satisfying trail mix with cacao nibs, almonds and cashews.


Wood from the white mulberry tree is highly valued for its durability, flexibility and elasticity. Tennis racquets, badminton racquets and hockey sticks have all been made from this brawny tree.



Examine.com "Morus Alba" found here.

usda.gov "Plant Guide White Mulberry" found here.

nps.gov "White Mulberry" found here.

Wikipedia, "Morus Alba" found here.

Wikipedia "Polyphenol" found here.

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