Introduction

Pomegranate is widely cultivated in India and is one of the most in demand fruit in the Middle East. As brilliant as rubies, and rich with flavor, Pomegranate are native from Iran to the Himalayas in Northern India and was cultivated and naturalized over the whole Mediterranean region since ancient times. Its rich in color and taste have left an indelible mark on many a palate. Natural cultivation of this fruit ensures an original taste.

Pomegranate is rich in Phosphorous and has high vitamin C content. They also help blood circulation.

Availability:
they are available throughout the year and the peak season is from November to April.

Nutritional Facts

 Nutrition
 (per 100gm of edible portion)
 
 Moisture (gm)  78.00
 Protein (gm)  1.60
 Fat (gm) 0.10
 Minerals (gm) 0.70
 Fiber (gm) 5.10
 Phosphorous (gm) 0.07
 Iron (mg) 0.30
 Calorific (mg) 65.00
 Riboflavin (mg) 100.00
 Vitamin C (mg) 16.00

Introduction

Nutritional Facts