ABOUT Pomegranates Fruits

Pomegranate is an ancient fruit and it was cultivated mainly in the Mediterranean region including parts of Asia, Europe, and Africa. The fruit was grown first time in Indonesia in the year 1416. Earlier the pomegranate was known as the ‘seeded apple’ as it contains 613 seeds representing 613 commandments of Jorah. People believe that this fruit has the power to even tempt the gods. In today’s times, Pomegranates are considered exotic fruits and one of the great fruits existing in this world.

The botanical name of pomegranate is “Punicagranatum”. The edible part of this fruits is the arils which include seeds and the red juicy part which surround the seeds. Pomegranates are classified as superfruits because of the high percentage of nutrients and antioxidants. This fruit also comes in the category of exotic fruits and has high demand in the market. The average size of this red fruit is 5-12 cm in diameter. The pomegranates grow in hot and dry climate and India is the world’s largest producer of pomegranates because of hot weather. It is cultivated mainly in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka, and other parts of India.

Indian Pomegranates

India is the leading producer of pomegranates all over the world and the fresh pomegranates are supplied in different parts of the world. Bhagwa variety is the finest variety of pomegranates grown in India. There are many fresh pomegranate suppliersin India. NUVRI stands out and is the leading fresh pomegranate exporter from India supplying in domestic markets as well as international markets. Different countries of the world look for fresh pomegranate exporters from India and NUVRI meets the quality standards and is the fresh pomegranate supplier from India.

Nutritional facts

Pomegranates are loaded with nutrients and their consumption leads to several health benefits. It is also considered as healing foods. It is filled with antioxidants because of the presence of polyphenols. The fruit is also loaded with Vitamin C which helps our body to fight infections. Pomegranates contain fewer fats and a high amount of carbohydrates as compared to other fruits. One average size pomegranate consists of 16 mg of Vitamin K which is essential in preventing blood clotting in our body. Also, there are various minerals found in pomegranates like Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Folate, and Phosphorous.



The finest Indian varieties of pomegranates are:

  • - Ganesh
  • - Mridula
  • - Arakta
  • - Ruby
  • - Phule Bhagwa
  • - Phule Bhagwa Super