Though its name derives from a latin term meaning “seeded apple,” the pomegranate is actually a member of the berry family. This dark red fruit is at its prime from September to February, making it an authoritative winter item. Whether you plan on juicing it, using the seeds as garnish, or throwing the fruit into a middle-eastern inspired dish, pomegranate brings deep color and flavor to the plate.
Peak Season: January - February, September - December
- Angel Red
- Golden Globe
- Pink Satin
- Sin Pepe