Spanish Pomegranates!

Spanish pomegranates / Toya Legido and Tomás Zarza - ICEX

Spanish pomegranates / Toya Legido and Tomás Zarza – ICEX

Wonderful Spanish pomegranates are winter fruit that first appear in early fall and generally stay on store and market shelves as late as February, meaning that there is still time to crack open some of these ancient and juicy orbs.

Today pomegranates are valued for their wonderful flavor and gastronomic applications, as well as their nutritional qualities and anti-oxident properties that have many referring to pomegranates as “super foods”.

Learn more about Spanish pomegranates: thousand-year old orchards, haute cuisine recipes, health-giving properties, history, tradition and a bright and juicy future on Foods and Wines from Spain.

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