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aril

A specialised fleshy outgrowth from the funiculus (the attachment point of a seed), which covers or is attached to the seed in some plants.
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Producing juice from pomegranate arils is the most common method of value-addition.
Fruit of mangosteen was classified as a berry type containing 7-8 aril segments whose fruit pericarp was developed from ovary wall while the aril flesh was contributed from integument.
"When Pom Poms ready-to-eat fresh pomegranate arils cross-promote with Pom 100% Juice, consumers can bundle the two products for a grab-and-go breakfast or a healthy snack."
Its utilization requires the use of technologies that ensure the fast processing of large volumes of residue to enable the separation of arils and the purification of seeds, allowing the seeds' rapid drying and storage for oil extraction.
First you need to smash the fruit on the table to loosen the arils, then when you open it up and squeeze it the arils should come out easily.
Separating the red arils is easier in a bowl of water, because the arils sink and the inedible pulp floats.
The arils and peel together had higher total phenolic, flavonoid and tannins content than did the arils alone.
For consumers who love the taste and versatility of fresh pomegranate arils but dislike them from the fruit, POM Wonderful introduces convenient, ready-to-eat servings now available in the cut-fruit section of most grocery stores.
For consumers who love the taste and versatility of fresh pomegranate arils bur hate the hassle of collecting them from the fruit, POM Wonderful introduces convenient, ready-to-eat servings now available in the cut-fruit section of most grocery stores.
To get the most out of this wonder food, split the fruit open and eat the arils, seed and all.