Despite having been targeted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for unsubstantiated health claims, pomegranates have soared in popularity over the past decade.
 Even with the negative press earlier this year — which 
focused on one company’s 
assertions that pomegranate juice could help prevent or cure cancer and diabetes — the “Chinese apple,” as it was once commonly known, may soon become even more popular with chefs. 
 A recently introduced variety of ...

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