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  • Fresh Frozen Mulberry
  • Fresh Frozen Mulberry
  • Fresh Frozen Mulberry
  • Fresh Frozen Mulberry
  • Fresh Frozen Mulberry
Fresh Frozen Mulberry
Item Code: GT3010
Port: Xiamen
Payment: L/C, D/P
Color: Black
Lead Time: 2-3 weeks from order confirmation
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Fresh Frozen Mulberry


 Name  Frozen/IQF
 Brand  Greentree or OEM
 Size  Black 80%, Half Black 20%
 Crop Season  Jun-Jul
 Package  1*10kgs or as per request
 Shelf Life  2 years
 Certificates  HACCP, ISO, BRC, KOSHER, Non-GMO etc.
 Exported Market  North American,South-East Asia, EU, Middle East


Frozen Mulberry are prepared from sound, properly ripened and fresh Mulberry, then through cleaned and stemmed, washed and sorted, freezing in accordance with good manufacturing procedure (GMP) and HACCP, ISO, HALAL, BRC system, packaging and storage under conditions of stringent hygiene.


IQF Mulberry are aromatic and literally sticky sweet, their coloring are almost jet black in color with the occasional ruby blush. Mulberry's texture so fragile and syrupy that they stain at the slightest touch, product free from cap stems and leaves, practically whole, and free of insect, damage, blemishes and foreign matters.

Mulberry Nutrition Facts and Benefits

Raw Mulberries Nutrition FactsMulberries are a rich supply of antioxidants and the phenolic flavonoid phytochemicals, resveratrol and anthocyanin. They supply vitamins A, C, E, K, B-complex group, beta-carotene, lutein, iron, potassium, manganese, niacin, riboflavin and folic acid.  

1) Antioxidant and Provent Cancers: Mulberries contain a high level of vitamin A and vitamin E, as along with a range of carotenoid components like lutein, beta carotene, zea-xanthin, and alpha carotene. All of these elements act as antioxidants that affect our skin, tissue, hair, and other areas of the body where free radicals strike. Mulberries can help keep skin looking smooth, reduce the appearance of blemishes and age spots, and keep hair shiny and healthy by preventing the oxidative actions of free radicals. Antioxidants are the main line of defense against free radicals to reduce the risk of cancers.

2) Circulation: The high levels of iron contains in mulberries, which can significantly boost the body’s production of red blood cells. This means that the body will increase its distribution of oxygen to important tissues and organ systems, thereby helping to boost metabolism and optimize functionality of those systems.

3) Blood Pressure and Heart Health: Resveratrol in mulberry is a very important flavonoid antioxidant that directly affects the functioning of certain mechanisms in blood vessels, primarily making them less prone to damage by angiotensin, which can cause blood vessel constriction.

4) Vision Health: One of the carotenoids found in mulberries is zea-xanthin, which has been connected directly to a reduction in oxidative stress on certain ocular cells, including the retina macula lutea. Furthermore, zea-xanthin functions as an antioxidant and prevents certain damage to the retina, including from free radicals that can cause macular degeneration and cataracts.

5) Bone Health: Vitamin K, calcium, and iron, as well as the trace amounts of phosphorous and magnesium found in mulberries, can all be beneficial for the creation and maintenance of bone tissue.

6) Digestive Health: Mulberries contain dietary fiber, which can help to improve digestive health by bulking up stool, thereby speeding up the movement of food through the digestive tract, while also reducing occurrences of constipation, bloating, and cramping. Furthermore, fiber helps to regulate cholesterol levels and can boost heart health when regularly added to the diet.

How to Use Mulberry

Mulberries are commonly used in ice cream, sorbet, jams, jellies, beverages, gastriques, and baked goods, especially pies. They can be substituted for blackberries, but are considerably sweeter and have a lower moisture content. Be sure to remove their inner stem, which may be fibrous, or thoroughly puree to avoid any unwanted fragments. Complimentary pairings include other bramble berries, stone fruit, young cheeses such as burrata and chevre, pork, duck, wild game, basil, mint, baking spices, and arugula, cream, mascarpone and citrus. 


All year around

Stored and Transport

Best Before : 2 years

Cleanly stored and transported at or under temperature of minus 18 DC. Consume immediately once defrosted.

Microbilogical Standard

Total Plate Count(TPC)          <100000cfu/g                            E.coli                                   Negative                          Coliform                               <100cfu/g                                  Yeast                                  <200cfu/g                        Mould                               <100cfu/g                              Staphylococcus aureus         Negative                       Salmonella                            Absent/25g                                Listeria                                 Absent/25g

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