The pomegranate fruit is typical of the autumn season and matures from the month of October. The shape of the pomegranate is reminiscent of an apple, but here is the surprise of his many sour-tasting arils.

Rich in vitamins and antioxidants

Pomegranate: Benefits and Sicilian Juice

The pomegranate tree originates from Asia and during the years has reached the Europe and Italy. In the autumn months we can therefore taste this fruit as a local specialty rich in benefits. The pomegranate fruit has low calories. One fruit contains an average of 75 calories and 100 grams around 55 calories and is among the richest in antioxidants, that serve to counteract the action of free radicals. In particular, it is a source of flavonoids that help our body hat help our body to stay healthy and prevent the premature aging.
It is also a source of vitamins, especially vitamins A, C, E and B . In the autumn its content of precious vitamins helps us to prevent the seasonal illnesses and to strengthen the organism.
The pomegranate also contains important mineral salts such as manganese, potassium, zinc, copper and phosphorus. The composition of this precious fruit is completed with water, sugars and fibers.
Its richness of water and its potassium content make it a useful food to purify the body and to stimulate diuresis.
In addition, the pomegranate is beneficial for the immune system as helps us keep cholesterol levels under control and to lower blood pressure especially when its elevation is due to food causes.
The pomegranate has found great popularity in Sicily in recent years and it is also cultivated in organic quality.
CitroGlobe is able to supply our client with high quality 100% Sicilian Pomegranate Juice NFC in frozen drums, thanks to an industrial processing that allows to maintain the taste and the vitamin content as unaltered as possible. In this way the benefits of this fruit can be assured throughout the year and not just in the autumn period.
Contact us for more information on this "new entry" of healthy fruits in Sicily.