With ruby color and an intensely floral, sweet-tart flavor, the pomegranate delivers both taste and beauty. You can remove the skin and the membranes to get at the delicious fruit with nutty seeds. Pomegranates are finely sorted and graded to deliver the best tasting pomegranates to you.
Storage and Uses
Whole fruit can be refrigerated for up to 2 months. Fresh seeds and juice can be refrigerated for up to 5 days. Eat the juicy seeds raw or add them into salads, garnishes or desserts. Enjoy the fresh pomegranate juice by blending them. Add them in curd rice or use them as toppings. Do not discard the creamy white part as it is edible and nutritious but bitter.
Pomegranate juice lowers bad cholesterol and raises good cholesterol. Reduces the risk of heart stroke. Gives a boost of energy and freshness. So, this is especially recommended for women during menopause. Good for pregnant women as it prevents brain damage in infants.