After fumigation, our mulberries are passed through a sieve to be selected for size and separated from dust. If necessary, they are also passed through a sortex machine to be sorted for color. They are then carefully hand selected by our factory workers in line with our customers’ specifications.
One of the challenges posed by mulberry processing consists in the presence of stones, which can be separate from the fruit or sticking to it. To eliminate risks related to stones, our mulberries undergo inspection by x-ray machine, which is capable of detecting high density stones of any size above 2 mm.
● NOP Organic
● EU / EC Organic
● COR Organic
Color difference in berries is due to different moisture and nutrient levels. All white, cream-colored, brown and dark mulberries belong to the same species of mulberry tree (Morus alba); only the black mulberry belongs to the species Morus nigra.
Dark-colored berries are generally high in moisture and nutrients, and sweet in taste. White-colored berries, on the other hand, have a lower moisture content and therefore a drier texture.