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About Pomegranate

Pomegranate has long been considered the symbol of hope, abundance, and prosperity, in just about every part of the world. This antioxidant-rich, nutrient-dense fruit has been revered as a token of fertility, good health, and long life. It is an important fruit in India.
It is no wonder why Pomegranate is known as the Wonder Fruit, given all the health benefits it brings us. Very nutritious, this fruit comes with juicy edible seeds called arils that have a uniquely refreshing winey flavour. It is said that having one pomegranate a day can fulfil up to 40 per cent of your daily requirement of Vitamin C. Another great thing about this fruit is that, if left unopened in the refrigerator, they can last for up to many months.
This incredible fruit derives its name from the Middle French "pomme garnete", that translates to “seeded apple." Originally from Iran, Afghanistan, pomegranate later got introduced to Pakistan, and then to our modern-day northern India. Today, the fruit is widely cultivated throughout Central Asia, South Asia, as well as most of the drier parts of Southeast Asia.
We, at Keshavam International, produce and supply the Bhagwa variety of pomegranate, which is widely regarded as the best in the world.
For exports, pomegranate makes the selection based on its shelf life, maturity, humidity, size, colour of its skin, its nutritive values in terms of vitamins, and whether it is grown organically or traditionally.
In the year 2016-17 India exported around 51,000 ton of pomegranates to various countries.
Fresh Pomegranate is available in the months following October. It is from November to March, premium-grade pomegranates are grown, , owing to low temperatures.
While Maharashtra, “the Fruit Basket” of India, has pomegranate cultivated throughout the year, it is also grown in western Andhra Pradesh, southern Gujarat, and northern Karnataka, albeit in small quantities. However, 90% of the commercial pomegranate is grown in Maharashtra itself. Districts like Sangli, Sholapur, Ahmednagar, Nashik, Pune, Aurangabad, Dhule, Satara, Latur, Osmanabad, as well as its surrounding regions are the richest producers of pomegranate.

The Fruit's Description

  •  A beautiful uniform dark pink colour.
  •  Weight above 400 grams of one piece.
  •  Uniform size and shape of the fruit.
  •  The seeds are soft.
  •  Has dark red coloured arils.
  •  Has a higher sugar content, around 15-170 Brix.
  •  Pleasant aroma and a nice flavour.
  •  Has a smooth cut at the stem end.
  •  Free from sun scars, disease spots, insect injury, scratches, etc.
  •  Calyx is without any damage and is fresh.
  •  Devoid of any chemical residue.

Health Benefits of Pomegranate

  •  One of the most powerful antioxidants amongst all fruits.
  •  Both anti-cancer as well as immunity-increasing effects.
  •  Inhibits the abnormal aggregation of platelets which can cause strokes, heart attacks, or embolic disease.
  •  Keeps cholesterol as well as other cardiac risk factors in check.
  •  Keeps blood pressure in check.

Available Packaging of Pomegranate

  •  Pomegranates should be packed in a high quality, air-conditioned, pre-fumigated, and bug free manner, and only same sized fruits should be packaged together.
  •  In Carton: 9 Pcs : Per fruit weighs around : 400 to 500 Gms.
    Total Box Gross Weight : 4.5 Kgs
  •  In Carton: 12 Pcs : Per fruit weighs around : 300 to 400 Gms.
    Total Box Gross Weight : 5.00 Kgs
  •  In Carton: 14 – 16 Pcs: Per fruit weighs around: 180 – 200 Gms.
    Total Box Gross Weight: 3 Kgs

Specification of Pomegranate

 Colour Dark Cherry red
 Size 180-200gm (18-19 No)
200-250gm (15-16 no.)
250-300gm (12-13 no.)
above 300gm 10 no.
 Acidity 0.35-0.39%
 Test Sweet
 Availability Jan, Feb, March, April, July, August, Nov, December
 Details Minimum Weight 180gm, maximum weight 400gm of One Piece.


  •  14-16 Pcs will be in one box of 180 Gms. each Pomegranate. (2.7 Kg. Net Weight of each box)
  •  No. of boxes will be differ if customization required in packing.

Container Capacity of Wheat

Types Of Container Quantity
 20' FCL 250 Boxes
(2.7 Kg. Net weight Each Box)
 40' FCL 500 Boxes
(2.7 Kg. Net Weight Each Box)

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