Uma farm is a horticulture company focused on Pomegranate and its value added products. It is setup in 100,000 sq. meters of land area, simultaneously the company has invested considerable resources for growing operations via contract farming. UAMA farm serves as a hub to disseminate knowledge to partner farmers in terms of best technology, best agro inputs and best practice sharing.

We produce best quality fresh pomegranate in an organic way with the innovative technology & organic inputs. We follow best practices in organic farming also processed fruits are without preservatives and are filled with natural sweetness.

Ruby Red Royalty

Pomegranates have been cherished for their exquisite beauty, flavor, color, and health benefits for centuries. From their distinctive crown to their ruby red arils, pomegranates are royalty amongst fruit.

They are symbolic of prosperity and abundance in virtually every civilization. Fortunately, this treasure’s versatility and possibilities are as abundant as the juicy arils bursting forth from within.

History, Folklore, And Legend

History of the Pomegranate

The history of pomegranates is as rich as it’s flavor. During their 4000 year history, pomegranates have been symbols of prosperity, hope, and abundance in every part of the world. They have inspired historical leaders, brilliant authors, and famous artists. Their presence has been recorded in history, mythical lore, artistic and literary symbolism, and classic art.

For a more complete history of the pomegranate, check out POM Wonderful’s History of the Pomegranate.

Say “I Do” to Pomegranates

During the Persian wedding ceremony, a basket of pomegranates is placed on the ceremonial cloth to symbolize a joyous future. In Turkey, after the marriage ceremony, the bride throws a pomegranate on the ground. The number of arils that fall out are believed to indicate how many children she will have. In Crete, when a bride enters her new home, the groom hands her a pomegranate. In China, a picture of a ripe, open pomegranate is a popular wedding present, expressing the wish, “May you have as many children as there are seeds!”

Pomegranates Fruit description


Uniform dark pink color of the fruit.


Fruit weight above 400 grams.


Uniform size and shape of the fruit


Dark red arils.


Seeds are soft.


Higher sugars near about 15-170 Brix.


Free from sun scars, disease spots, insect injury, scratches, etc.


Smooth cutting at the stem end.


Calyx without any damage and having freshness.


Pleasant flavor and aroma.


No chemical residue.

Health Benefits of the Pomegranate


Most powerful anti-oxidant of all fruits


Potent anti-cancer and immune supporting effects


Inhibits abnormal platelet aggregation that could cause heart attacks, strokes and embolic disease


Lowers cholesterol and other cardiac risk factors


Lowers blood pressure.


Shown to promote reversal of atherosclerotic plaque in human studies.


May have benefits to relieve or protect against depression and osteoporosis

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