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  • Seed Oil



Pomegranate is between a lemon and a grapefruit in size, 5 - 12 cm in diameter with a rounded hexagonal shape, and has thick reddish skin and around 600 seeds. The seeds and surrounding pulp, ranging in color from white to deep red, called arils, are edible; indeed, the fruit of the Pomegranate is a berry.

The taste differs depending on the variety of Pomegranate and its state of ripeness. It can be very sweet or it can be very sour or tangy, but most fruits lie somewhere in between, which is the characteristic taste, laced with notes of its tannin.

Providing 16% of an adult's daily vitamin C requirement per 100 ml serving, Pomegranate juice is also a good source of the vitamin B, pantothenic acid, potassium and antioxidant polyphenols.

Many food and dietary supplement makers have found the advantages of using pomegranate extracts (which have no sugar, calories, or additives), instead of the juice, as healthy ingredients in their products.


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