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Fresh Pomegranates from Egypt, Ready to export to all markets worldwide

From ancient Persia to the Himalayas and beyond, tangy pomegranates are mentioned several times in the Bible, and are one of the world’s most popular and cultivated fruits today. After being introduced in California by Spanish settlers in 1769, they’re still grown in the American west, although they require very dry air and high temperatures to produce the best flavor.

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Fresh Pomegranates from Egypt, Ready to export to all markets worldwide

Our company – El Tayseer For Import & Export – is a leading company in the field of Exporting Fresh pomegranates from Egypt to all over the world. It is mainly exporting fresh fruits like

From ancient Persia to the Himalayas and beyond, tangy pomegranates are mentioned several times in the Bible, and are one of the world’s most popular and cultivated fruits today. After being introduced in California by Spanish settlers in 1769, they’re still grown in the American west, although they require very dry air and high temperatures to produce the best flavor.

Pomegranates are a beautiful fruit, distinctive with glossy, gold-to-red color and a crown-slash-calyx at the top. The flavor and juiciness only improves after several months of (cool, preferably dark) storage. The inside of the fruit is completely unique, filled with ruby-red arils or seed sacs – 600 of them on average – separated by thin, bitter, white membranes. The arils make an attractive, tasty garnish when sprinkled on various dishes.

Health Benefits of Pomegranates

Low in saturated fat and cholesterol, pomegranates are an excellent source of vitamin C, providing 48% of the daily recommended value and 58% of what’s needed from vitamin K. Chock-full of minerals, they provide high amounts of copper, potassium, folate, manganese, thiamin, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), and pyridoxine, with ample amounts of antioxidant polyphenols thrown in. Three such polyphenols are tannins, anthocyanins, and ellagic acid. While most fruits contain some,  fresh pomegranate juice has all three, as well as the antioxidant punicalagin, which research indicates may be effective in reducing the risk of heart disease due to aggressive free radical-scavenging activities in the body.

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