The Pomegranate fruit is one of the oldest and among the most popular, nutritionally-rich fruit with unique flavor, taste, and health-promoting characteristics. The fruit is suggested by nutritionists in diets and is regularly cultivated from all around the world.
Pomegranates contains phenol (antioxidant) rich compounds. Scientists around the world have recently studied the effects of antioxidants found in pomegranate juice.
Pomegranates have extensively been used as a source of traditional remedies. The health benefits of pomegranate juice are well documented as far back as 4,000 BC.
The Pomegranate fruit is widely cultivated around the world. In the United States, Pomegranate are grown in California and Arizona.
Did You Know?
The word Pomegranate is from the Latin “pomum granatum” which means “Apple of Many Seeds.” The pomegranate trees can even grow up to 30ft tall.
Pomegranates have been enjoyed for thousands of years and still remain a symbol of hope and abundance in many cultures.