Originally from China, the mulberries were grown to include feeding silkworms used for the commercial production of silk for over 4000 years. The mulberry was then largely distributed in subtropical regions.
White mulberries can be eaten as a snack but they are also a great substitute for raisins in granola, random mixes, smoothies, muffins, cakes, and cookies.
Can be preserved in a cool, dry cupboard protected from light and humidity for up to 12 months.
The white mulberry tree is known for its rapid release of pollen, which occurs at nearly half the speed of sound.