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September 10, 2004

Pom Wonderful - World's First-Ever Refrigerated Pomegranate Juice


All I knew about pomegranates growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was that the juice stained anything it touched, and you could never get it out.

Now I find that I don't have to buy a pomegranate and break it open and crunch the seeds in my mouth to taste the juice, because this company's done the heavy lifting - or, should I say, squeezing - for you and moi.

They grow the Wonderful variety of pomegranate, then harvest and sell them from October through December.

They squeeze the fruit to produce five varieties of juice,


and sell them for $3.99 a bottle (15.2 oz.) in the refrigerated section of the produce department.

I bought a bottle (100% pomegranate variety) yesterday and tried it: different from any other fruit I've eaten, sort of like grape juice, but with a lot more punch. Very intense, both in color and taste.

I like it.

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"I love the health benefits.....I can honestly say a pill is tastier than the juice."

I think this guy works for the Pomgt company, the exact same quote appears on several websites. Does anyone have non-biased opinions about the pomgt pill?

Posted by: swavess | May 11, 2006 5:23:45 PM

I love the health benefits of the juice as well. It's just so darn expensive for a healthy heart, plus there's so much sugar in that stuff, let alone the tartness. There is a great supplement I found for the benefits of the juice, but in a capsule. They say that PomGT (www.pomgt.com) is like drinking 2 glasses of juice PLUS green tea. It's been good for me, and I can honestly say a pill is tastier than the juice.

Posted by: Eric Schwartzer | Apr 6, 2006 12:49:51 PM

Take a closer look at the contents..... There is a reason it tastes a lot like grape juice!

Posted by: JR | Sep 10, 2004 5:22:36 PM

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