Pomegranates are in season and these jewel-colored babies are super, indeed.

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With their sweet, tart flavor and their fun texture, a pomegranate’s aril is full of vitamins C, E, K and antioxidants.

Don’t take them for ‘granate

Pomegranate’s anti-inflammatory properties make it a desirable addition to any diet. Whether you're snacking on the seeds post-meal for improved digestion, or adding juice to your smoothies for cardiovascular health, you’ll feel the red power from your head to your toes.

Don't take them for 'granate
Break One Open

Break one open

  • Roll the pomegranate to loosen the seeds.
  • Score around the middle and tear it open into halves.
  • Hold each half over a bowl, seeds facing down and tap the skin with a wooden spoon, squeezing a little to release the seeds.
  • Enjoy the fruits of your labor!