The Varity of pomegranate is from Neiriz in Fars province named Ghatrouye or Robab with beautiful red and thick skin and taste is very delicious. Other Names: Pomegranate, punic apple, granatapfel, granada, grenade, melograno, melagrana packed in 5kg box and palletized ship by reef container (about 15.3Ton/40rfcl)
Pomegranate ‘s Grade:
- A :
This is the biggest size from 600gr until 800 gr that pack in 6 Kg box
- B :
This is medium size from 450 gr until 600 gr that pack in 6 Kg box
- C :
This is small size from 250 gr until 450 gr that pack in 6 Kg box
This is include all grade from 250 gr until 700 gr that pack in 6 Kg box
Pomegranate juice concentrate:
Pomegranate juice concentrate is a natural and transparent pomegranate juice which normally has thickened for four times, and its brix, according to the order can be 60 or 65.
Neyriz pomegranate in normal condition has the following elements:
The brix of pomegranate juice is about 14% and contains different items which are shown in Table 01, the vitamins of it are shown in Table 02, the minerals are shown in table 03.
Our pomegranate juice concentrate has a unique quality. First for sake of region’s high quality (Ruby red color and sub acid taste) and second because of our state of the art technology.
The round, leathery fruit is full of edible seeds nestled in tiny juice sacs.Brimming with vitamins A, C, E and iron, the pomegranate has been cultivated since pre-historic times. Thought to be native to Persia, the fruit is now grown everywhere from Spain to California.
It features richly in mythology, as a symbol of birth, eternal life, and death, owing to its abundance of seeds and ability to ‘bleed’.
The deep red skin of the pomegranate was thought to link it to the blood of the earth, a taboo colour. Hence the fruit’s association with forbidden desire.
“Iranians believe that Eve was tempted with a pomegranate in the Garden of Eden,” said Margaret Shaida, culinary historian and author of The Legendary Cuisine of Persia.
“King Cyrus, who created the Persian Empire, was reputed to have wished for a number of good generals equal to the seeds of a pomegranate.
“Later again, the Prophet Mohammed is said to have urged his followers to eat the fruit in the belief that it purges the system of envy and hatred.”