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Fresh Pomegranate

Fresh Pomegranate

MOQ : 14.7 Metric Ton

Business Type Manufacturer, Exporter, Trader
Shelf Life 2 -3 months
Grade Grade 'A'
Country of Origin India
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Product Details

Storage
Cold Stored at 7-8 Degree Celsius
Type
Pomegranate
Variety/ Common Name
Bhagwa
Indian HSN Classification
0810 9010
Colour
Dark Pink
Packing
Card board Carton Nett. WT : 3.5KG
Est. Delivery time to Indian Port
3 weeks from Order Confirmation
Temperature Required for Transportation
7-8 Degree Celsius

Pomegranate :  HSN Code 0810 9010

 

It is a fruit which originated in Iran & is one of the first five fruits that was started for cultivation by mankind. This fruit is an ancient culture icon identified with lifestyle, opulence, prosperity & fertility.

 

This fruit usage is prevalent as a symbol, decoration & for culinary in Persian, Mediterranean, Middle- East & Asia this is over and above it’s advantages for health.

 

In India this fruit got introduced from erstwhile Persia and currently widely cultivated in state of Maharashtra & Karnataka, western states of India.

 

The variety that is being proposed is a Bhagwa variety with a soft seeded variety with bright red attractive Rind and Aril colour; weight of the fruits is 200-400 gms.

 

The various health advantages of the fruits is  

  • Pomegranate anti-oxidants rich and thus protects our body from from premature ageing.
  • Antioxidants present in pomegranate act as a ‘thinner for your blood’. The seeds of pomegranate prevent your blood platelets from forming clots and coagulating.
  • Pomegranate helps to pump up the level of oxygen in our blood.
  • It prevents arthritis, helps in digestion and prevents plaque formation.

 

Culinary uses

  • The fresh seeds are used as a garnish for desserts & salads.
  • Dried pomegranate seeds are used a flavoring for samosas and chutneys in Indian Culinary.
  • A non-alcoholic fruit punch can be made by boiling the seeds with some lemon slices, sugar, and water.
  • Syrup made from the juice is called pomegranate molasses. This is used in many Middle Eastern recipes—especially Persian dishes. The juice is cooked to make this thick syrup.
  • Pomegranate juice is used for wine, drinks, jellies, sauces, ices, ice cream, soups, cakes and cake icings, gelatin desserts; boiled pomegranate juice is also used as a food coloring

 

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