A fruit belonging to the berry family. The fruits turn pink to dark purple or black. It is about 2-3 cm long and has a sweet, tarty flavor. They get their color from a chemical called anthocyanins which is a great antioxidant.


  • Excellent sources of vitamin-C & Iron
  • A good source of minerals like potassium, manganese, and magnesium
  • Contains very good amounts of vitamin B-6, niacin, riboflavin and folic acid

Health Benefits

  • Aid in weight loss
  • keep liver healthy
  • Less in calories 
  • Helps in controlling heart rate and blood pressure
  • Improve blood circulation

Purchase Guide: In the local stores, look for fleshy berries flavorful and heavy in hands. Avoid bruised, bleeding and sunken berries.

Storage: Mulberries spoil rather quickly. Once at home, preserve them in a zip pouch unwashed, and place inside the refrigerator where they stay fresh for up to 2-3 days. To eat, wash the berries in cold water in a container (bowl) instead of in running water. This way, you avoid injuring them. This method also brings the berries to room temperature and enhances their flavor and taste.

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