A new Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program bulletin on pomegranate adulteration finds that the situation has improved somewhat in the past five years, but that a still unacceptably high amount of fraudulent products are in the market.
A mouse study conducted at the Washington University School of
Medicine suggests that drinking pomegranate juice during pregnancy
may reduce the hypoxia ischemia-related brain injuries in babies,
writes Jess Halliday.
Pomegranate producer, Pom Wonderful, claims that its brand of
pomegranate juice has higher free radical scavenging activity, and
greater polyphenol content than red wine, cranberry juice and green