The mulberry fruit, scientifically known as Morus nigra, grows on a type of deciduous tree (Morus) belonging to the Moraceae family. This family is otherwise known as the “mulberry family.” While most people recognize the name “mulberry,” there are many different varieties of this fruit, and the berries are slightly different from region to region. Mulberries grow around the world, and they have an appearance reminiscent of blackberries and raspberries.
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Mulberries are a superfood. Dried mulberries have a naturally sweet flavor with no added sugar.