Mulberries are the fruits of mulberry trees (Morus sp.) and related to figs and breadfruit.The trees are traditionally grown for their leaves — mainly in Asia and North America — as they’re the only food that silkworms eat.
They carry colorful berries — most commonly black, white, or red — that are often made into wine, fruit juice, tea, jam, or canned foods, but can also be dried and eaten as a snack.
Due to their sweet flavor, impressive nutritional value, and various health benefits, mulberries are gaining popularity worldwide.
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