Pomegranate JUICE

Pomegranate (Punica granatum) was introduced to the Mediterranean and Caucasus centuries ago and has a long history of use for medicinal purposes. As its uses grew, so did its popularity. Pomegranate began to appear over the centuries and eventually spread to Latin America and the Caribbean. Pomegranate juice is taken from the soft tissues of the fruit itself. In modern times, most are grown in California and Arizona….and it is in the exotic category of superfruits.

It began its entry into U.S. markets in 2002 and since then, there has been a rapid growth in the introduction of Pomegranate products.

Pomegranate juice also provides citric acid, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), and other nutrients.

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