California's production of pomegranates is going up
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The pomegranate council said pomegranate acreage in the San Joaquin Valley has increased during the past 15 years. Officials say consumer demand for the fruit has also been rising.
The council says about 80 percent of people have yet to try pomegranates, meaning there is plenty of room for additional growth.
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