Murdoch Market Update
- Local nectarines & peaches have started
- Tomatoes back to reality pricing – finally!
- Andean sunrise potatoes finish until October
Mulberries contain anthocyanins, natural compounds which help protect against cancer and cardiovascular disease. It has been shown that the darker the colour of the berry, the higher concentration of anthocyanins are present.
Regular consumption of mulberries can help strengthen eyesight.
Did You Know?
Mulberry leaves are the sole source of food for silk worms and because of their desire to produce silk, mulberry trees can be found all over the world and not just in their natural habitat of Asia.