Natural and untreated - black mulberries from NaraFood
Our black mulberries are natural and untreated and come from certified organic cultivation. Find out more about the many possible uses in your kitchen and discover what's inside black mulberries.
Culinary delights with black mulberries
Black mulberries are true all-rounders in the kitchen. Their natural sweetness and intense flavor add a special touch to many dishes. Here are some inspiring ideas on how you can use black mulberries in your kitchen:
Muesli and yogurt: add a handful of black mulberries to your muesli or yogurt and enjoy the fruity flavor as a perfect addition to your breakfast.
Baking creations: Use black mulberries as an ingredient in cakes, muffins or cookies. They provide a fruity component and conjure up a special sweetness in your baked goods.
Salads and bowls: Sprinkle black mulberries over fresh salads or Buddha bowls to give them a sweet and crunchy note. They go wonderfully with green leaf salads, couscous or quinoa salads.
Snack for in between meals: Simply enjoy black mulberries on their own as a healthy snack. They are ideal for on the go and provide you with valuable nutrients.
The valuable ingredients of black mulberries
Black mulberries are not only a real treat for the taste buds, they are also rich in valuable ingredients that are good for your body. Here are some of the important nutrients found in black mulberries:
Antioxidants: black mulberries are rich in antioxidants that help fight harmful free radicals and protect the body from oxidative stress.
Fiber: They contain a good amount of fiber, which aids digestion and provides a long-lasting feeling of satiety.
Vitamins: Black mulberries are a source of various vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin K and B vitamins. These support the immune system, blood clotting and energy metabolism.
Minerals: They provide important minerals such as potassium, iron and calcium, which are important for healthy muscle function, blood formation and bone health.
Where do black mulberries come from?
Black mulberries are grown in various regions of the world, including the Mediterranean, parts of Asia and North Africa. They are an integral part of many traditional cuisines and have been prized there for centuries.
Turkey is particularly well known for its cultivation of black mulberries. Here they thrive in the fertile soil and ideal climatic conditions. The farmers have a long tradition of mulberry cultivation and ensure that the fruit ripens under optimal conditions.
Average nutritional values per 100g
- Energy 1422 kj / 336 kcal
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Country of origin: Türkei