What is Shahtoot?
Introducing our finest selection of Shahtoot – Dried Black Mulberries شہتوت, a delicious and nutritious snack that will satisfy your cravings while providing numerous health benefits. There are two types of mulberries grown in Gilgit Baltistan – White Mulberries and Black Mulberries. These succulent mulberry fruits have been carefully harvested at their peak ripeness, then gently dried to preserve their natural sweetness, flavor, and nutritional value.
Each bite of our Shahtoot is bursting with a unique combination of taste and texture. They have a rich, deep color and a sweet, slightly tangy flavor that will tantalize your taste buds. The chewy yet tender texture adds a delightful contrast, making them a truly enjoyable snack experience.
What are the benefits of Shahtoot?
It’s not just about the taste—the health benefits of Shahtoot – Dried Black Mulberries are equally impressive. Packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, these little powerhouses are a natural source of nourishment. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, iron, and dietary fiber, promoting a healthy immune system, aiding in digestion, and supporting overall well-being.
One of the standout features of Dried Black Mulberries is their high antioxidant content. Antioxidants play a vital role in combating free radicals in the body, protecting cells from damage, and reducing the risk of chronic diseases. With every handful of these delicious dried fruits, you’ll be getting a concentrated dose of these valuable compounds.
Our Shahtoot are a versatile snack that can be enjoyed in various ways. Add them to your morning cereal or yogurt for a boost of flavor and nutrients. Sprinkle them over salads or blend them into smoothies to add a touch of sweetness. They also make a fantastic addition to baked goods, such as muffins, cookies, or granola bars, providing a unique twist to your recipes.
We take pride in sourcing our Dried Black Mulberries, just like organic mulberries which are sourced from reputable growers who adhere to strict quality standards. Our commitment to quality ensures that you receive a product that is free from artificial additives or preservatives, allowing you to enjoy nature’s bounty in its purest form.
What is Shahtoot called in English?
Shahtoot in English is called Black Mulberry. They are widely grown in the Himalayan ranges of Gilgit Baltistan including Hunza, Gilgit, Ghizer and Baltistan.