Pomegranate Fruit

Pomegranate Fruit

The pomegranatefruit usually keep well and can be stored for up to two months. The pomegranatefruit is grown in many countries nowadays including in the United States. The pomegranatefruit is often used in salad, sauces, and desserts.

How long does the pomegranate fruit keep?


The pomegranatefruit can keep between two months or three months depending on the method you use to keep the fruit.

How to store a pomegranate fruit?

To store pomegranatefruit, keep the fruit in a cool, dark cellar.

You can often keep a pomegranatefruit for up to two months. Alternatively, you can keep a pomegranatefruit in a perforated bag in the refrigerator for up to three months.

Freezing the Pomegranate Seeds for Later Use

If you want to freeze the pomegranate seeds for later use in dishes such as in a salad, you can freeze them.

If you extract the pomegranate seeds and put them in an airtight container in the freezer, tightly packed, they will keep for up to three months.

When you want to use them, you should not defrost them. Just scrape them out of the container in the freezer and scatter them over food.

Benefits of added pomegranate fruits to other food

By adding the seeds of the pomegranatefruit to other food, you are adding texture, color and a burst of flavor to vegetable or fruit salads. The pomegranate seeds are also great for use in soup, desserts, ices, ice creams and tarts.