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Organic Dried Pomegranate Arils

Organic Pomegranate Arils

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Organic pomegranate arils, organic dried cane syrup, citric acid, organic pomegranate and lemon juice concentrated, organic sunflower oil
Organic Dried Pomegranate Arils
Dazzling like rubies, exploding with flavor, and concentrated with nutrition, Organic Dried Pomegranate Arils are the hidden treasure of dried fruits! Unlike fresh pomegranate arils or seeds, you can eat and chew the entire dried pomegranate aril. Each aril bursts with tangy, sweet pomegranate flavors making just one handful of Organic Dried Pomegranate Arils a powerful flavor enhancer to your meals--although we enjoy eating them right out of the bag.   

The Original Super Fruit
Pomegranates represented life and health in the ancient days of Egypt and Greece. Hundreds of years later science is proving this ancient representation holds true. Pomegranates contain many antioxidants that delay the aging process and help keep wrinkles away. This super-fruit is also an immune-booster. Full of vitamin C, B, and iron, pomegranates can help reduce symptoms of anemia and reduce the chance of suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The juice-encased seeds of pomegranates are also rich in phytochemical compounds with high levels of flavonoids and polyphenols. These potent antioxidants help protect against heart disease and cancer! Containing more antioxidants than green tea and red wine, pomegranates are a powerhouse of nutrition.

Health Benefits
Numerous studies suggest Pom the healthy, healing properties of pomegranates. A 2004 study was done, instructing heart patients to drink one ounce of pomegranate juice a day for a year. Those who participated experienced lower blood pressure by over 20 percent and a 30 percent reduction in atherosclerotic plaques. The participants in the control group, who did not drink pomegranate juice every day experienced a 9 percent increase in their atherosclerotic plaque. Multiple studies have shown the cancer-fighting abilities of pomegranates. Dr. Ephram Lansky, in Israel, discovered that consumption of fermented pomegranate juice actually helped prohibit the growth of cancer-causing tumor cells. The phytochemicals found in pomegranates also stimulate serotonin and estrogen receptors. Because of this, pomegranates may aid in improving symptoms of depression and increasing bone mass. Pomegranates also lower the bad cholesterol, LDL, and raise the good cholesterol, HDL. Toss some pomegranate seeds into your salad, yogurt, oatmeal, or anything else to add a delicious tangy twist to any ordinary dish.  

Fun Facts 
  • There are over 760 varieties of pomegranates!! 
  • Ancient Egyptians were often buried with pomegranates.  
  • A pomegranate has roughly 600 seeds. 
  • Pomegranates were introduced to California in 1769 by Spanish settlers. 
  • A traditional housewarming gift in Greece is a pomegranate set under the home altar of the house. This is supposed to bring good luck, fertility, and abundance into the home.    

Sources: online.wjs.com, www.msmediacenter.tv, www.strawberrynutritionnews.com, longlifetips.net, hubpages.com, www.organicfacts.net, www.cancer.org, www.whfoods.com, www.dole.com, www.calstrawberry.com, urbanex.illinios.edu, strawberriesweb.com, www.cancer.gov, www.livestrong.com. 

Simply include Organic Dried Cranberries in dinner salads or use them like raisins in baked goods for an extra burst of flavor. We know you will find our Organic Dried Cranberries hard to resist after trying them.
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If only they didn't have added sugar
I have purchased 3 five pound bags over the past few months. I love these pomegranate seeds for their flavor and convenience. I am no expert on the drying process, but if at all possible, I would rather have dried fruit products without the added sugar. I did read the ingredients so I knew about the added sugar prior to purchasing. I weighed the plus of convenience with the minus of added sugar which I why I rated these arils in the middle. They are delicious ....
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Reviewed by:  from Upstate NY. on 8/4/2016
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Very unusual
Perhaps not to everyone's taste, but I like them. In small amounts, they are a snack, but perhaps most people would use them on or in something --topping a salad or in a muffin. Definitely worth a try.
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Reviewed by:  from austin. on 11/8/2016
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La Dolce Vita
Better than candy. The flavor is lovely with a bit of tart. But, my favorite thing is the ability to eat the arils and get the crunch.
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Reviewed by:  from 420 Esplanade #9, Redondo Beach, CA. on 3/28/2014
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