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The pomegranate can be recognised by its characteristic crown. Pomegranates have a round shape, but vary in size. The EAT ME variety is as big as an apple. The skin of the pomegranate is hard , shiny and red. Its flesh is a little bit unusual, when its cut in half you will find little seeds covered in red, transparent, juicy, sweet and sour flesh. The seeds and the flesh are embedded in a membrane. This membrane has a somewhat tart taste and is not pleasant to eat. The skin of the pomegranate is not edible. The EAT ME pomegranate seeds that are available, are the peeled seeds of the pomegranate.
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May Pomegranate available in May
Jun Pomegranate available in June
Jul Pomegranate available in July
Aug Pomegranate available in August
Sept Pomegranate available in September
Oct Pomegranate available in October
Nov Pomegranate available in November
Dec Pomegranate available in December

Pomegranate tips

How to cut a Pomegranate?

Cut off the top of the pomegranate. Cut through the shell at the segments and break the fruit open. The fruit will peel out easily.


  • When ripe?

Preparation Tips

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temp of Pomegranate

How to store?

Pomegranate and pomegranate seeds are kept in the fridge.


  • Delicious as a sauce.
  • Great in salads and juices.
  • Ideal to use in desserts or cakes.

Nutritional values per 100 g

91 Kcal
17 g Sugar
1 g Fats
0,2 g Saturated fats
3,4 g Fibers
Pomegranate is a source of Vitamin B6 and copper. The fruit is rich in fibres.

Origin EAT ME Pomegranate

Pomegranate - ChileChile Pomegranate - IndiaIndia Pomegranate - IsraelIsrael Pomegranate - PeruPeru Pomegranate - South AfricaSouth Africa Pomegranate - TurkeyTurkey

Did you know...

  • the name pomegranate comes from the Latin name 'pomum granatum' and means apple with a lot of seeds.

  • pomegranate has been linked to all kinds of cultures and religions as a symbol of fertility and invincibility, among other things, through the ages.

  • the pomegranate has given its name to a few geographical destinations?
    The Spanish city Granada (a pomegranate is shown on their coat-of-arms) as well as the island Grenada in the Caribbean is named after this fruit.

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