Supplier, Exporter, and Importer of Fresh Fruits, Arils, Juice, See Oil, Powder of POMEGRANATES in Asian, European, American countries
A-1 Overseas a leading Supplier and Exporter in India assures qualitative and fresh Pomegranates to be exported to the Importers around the world.
We make available the best Pomegranates from different parts of India as per the requirement of our importers.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is grown in various states of India like Maharashtra which is the leading producer of pomegranate followed by Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.
Ganesh, Bhagwa, Ruby, Arakta and Mridula are the different varieties of pomegranates produced in India.
We can arrange the required variety of Pomegranate as per Importer’s requirement.
Availability of Pomegranates
Pomegranate, because of adopting a number of Bahar Treatments, in Maharashtra and Gujarat states, is available throughout the year. Therefore we are ever ready to fulfill the Purchase Orders of Importers any time for Pomegranates.
POMEGRANATES ON WEIGHING MACHINE
Details of sizing in Pomegranate Fruits
Countries where we export Pomegranates
Countries we are dealing with for Pomegranate are Australia, UK, Middle East, USA, African Countries, etc. Thus we export world-wide for Pomegranates.
Packaging details for Fresh Pomegranates Fruits provided by A-1 OVERSEAS
HS-CODE - 08109010
Available sizes: 6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
1) 4.50 Kg N.W carton (label & Tray)
2) 4.50 Kg N.W Carton (label & Tray & P.bag)
3) 4.50 Kg Plastic Tray (label & Tray)
4) 5 Kg Plastic Tray (label & Tray)
180-210 Cartons / Pallet
180 Plastic Tray / Pallet (total 18 Tons/40”FT)
20 Pallets / 1×40″Ft Container
Season / Availability: A-1 OVERSEAS can supply Fresh Pomegranate Fruits throughout the year because of the collaboration with the various farm producers across the various countries.
Flow diagram of essential operations of Pomegranate exporters/packers
Chain of events (pack house up to shipment)
Monitoring pesticide/fungicide application program
Inspection at farm level or final field survey
Harvesting by hand and cutting stem properly
Transport to packhouse
Receipt at packhouse
Rejection of unwanted fruits
Washing with a disinfectant and then with clean water
Removal of excess water
Treatment with fungicide and wax
Grading for quality
Packed into cardboard boxes
Storage in cold store
Transportation to port
Varieties of Pomegranates which we deal with are as under-
The fruits are smaller than Ganesh variety having dark red coloured arils with soft seeds.
The ‘Phule Arakta’ variety of pomegranate is heavy yielder and possesses desirable fruit characters. The fruits are bigger in size, sweet with soft seeds, bold red arils. It also possess glossy, attractive, dark red skin. It is less susceptible to fruit spots and thrips.
Hence, the ‘Phule Arakta’ variety is released for the cultivation in pomegranate growing areas of Maharashtra.
Phule Arakta Pomegranate has heavy demand for export and distant markets, particularly in United Kingdom and Gulf countries etc.
It is attractive and smooth peel increasing its cosmetic value and market appearance of the fruits.
It is dark red coloured with attractive arils & fruits are suitable for both table and processing purposes.
This variety is developed by selection method (selction from Alandi). It is a prolific bearer, fruit are medium sized with yellow, smooth and red tinge (rind yellowish red). Seeds are soft with pinkish aril. It is a prolific bearer, fruit very large, ,
Bhagwa variety is also known as Shendria or Sinduri, Astagandha and Kesar. This is a selection from F2 population of the cross Ganesh x Gulesha Red. Fruits are attractive glossy red rind. Arils are blood red in colour. It is soft seeded variety.
Bigger fruit size, sweet, bold and attractive arils, glossy, very attractive saffron coloured thick skin makes it suitable for distant markets. This variety was found less susceptible to fruit spots and thrips as compared to other varieties of pomegranate.
Increasing demand for export markets particularly in United Kingdom, Holland, other European and gulf countries etc.
Fruits are very attractive, ‘Saffron’ coloured, smooth and glossy peel which is increasing its cosmetic value and market appearance of the fruits.
Fruits are with attractive sseds having cherry red coloured and bold arils, which are suitable for both table and processing purposes.
Fruits are suitable for long distant transport due to thick peel (Less weight loss, less possibility of damage due to bruises.) Fruits have better keeping quality than other varieties ( 15 – 12 days at room temperatures).
Fruits are tolerant to thrips and mites whcih reduces the number of pesticidal sprays, which minimises cost of production. Fruits are moderately susceptible to black spots.
Fruits are free from blackening of arils even in case of late harvesting of fruits up to 7-5 months, which reduces market value of fruits.
It has no incidence of cracking of fruits which is observed in other varieties viz. Ganesh, G-137 and Mridula which ranges from 10-15%.
This variety has all the characters of the Ganesh variety except the arils are dark red in colour. The colour of the arils in 'Ambe' bahar and 'Mrig' bahar is dark red in colour while it is pink during the 'Hasta' bahar.
The mature fruits resemble cultivar 'Ganesh' with respect to shape and size. However, the rind of this variety is reddish brown with green streaks containing red bold arils.
We procure goods produced by Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)
Using disease free and quality plant material of improved cultivars.
Adoption of high planting density.
Proper canopy management.
Integrated nutrient and water management.
Keeping proper load of fruits on the tree.
Timely control of pests and diseases by adopting IPM practices.
Health Benefits of Indian Pomegranate
Pomegranates have two unique plant compounds that are very beneficial to one’s health:
Punicalagins: It is a very powerful antioxidant which is contained in the seeds as well as peel of the pomegranate. It has an anti-oxidant activity of nearly 3 times more than red wine or green tea.
Punicic Acids: Called pomegranate seed oil, or fatty acid that has potent biological effects .
“Indian Pomegranates have 30% punicalagins in their seeds/ arils"
Eating Pomegranates can thus reduce Atherosclerosis by removing any fat and reducing the hardening of artery walls