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The pomegranate can be recognised by its characteristic crown. Pomegranates have a round shape, but vary in size. The skin of the pomegranate is hard, shiny and red. Its flesh is a little bit unusual, when it's cut in half you will find little seeds covered in red, transparent, juicy, tangy flesh. The seeds and the flesh are embedded in a membrane. This membrane has a somewhat tart taste and is not pleasant to eat. The skin of the pomegranate is not edible.
The ideal teperature of Pomegranate

Storage advice

Pomegranates are kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is 6 and 8 degrees Celsius. At home the pomegranates need to be kept in the fridge.
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This variety is sweet and red inside and out.

Aco, Emek & Shani

These varieties have a higher acidity level and that's the reason they have a nice fresh sweet flavour.

Herschkovic & Shir

These varieties have a fresh sweet flavour. The skin and the fruit inside are dark red.

Origin Nature's Pride Pomegranate

Pomegranate - ChileChile Pomegranate - IndiaIndia Pomegranate - IsraelIsrael Pomegranate - PeruPeru Pomegranate - South AfricaSouth Africa Pomegranate - TurkeyTurkey

Growing and harvesting

Pomegranate trees grow in countries with a warm climate and are ready to be completely harvested in seven to eight years. These trees can approximately bear fruit for 25 years. Pomegranates are harvested when the colour on the inside is right, the brix-level and the acidity is right. In the packhouse, after they have been washed and dried, they are graded and packed according to size and weight. The fruit is checked under strict supervision, this is how we can guarantee that we are always able to supply tasteful and ready to eat pomegranates.

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Preparation tips & recipes

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