Originally from the Middle East and Asia, the pomegranate fruit is also known by the name Granada or the Chinese apple.
These days, the fruit is mostly grown is India, Africa and the United States.
The best place for pomegranate fruit to grow is in hot climate areas.
Avoid product with dry, rock-hard or wrinkled skin.
Numerous brown or scarred areas on the skin or soft spots indicate old product.
Small fruit will mean smaller, less juicy seeds with more waste
Temperature: 5 degrees Celcius
Humidity: From 90% to 95%
Storing: From 21 to 56 Days
Pomegranates nutritional value per 100gm :
160g pomegranate seeds
180g pomegranate seeds
60g orange juice
100g orange juice