I've seen other reviewers add comments to the effect that the new answer has not added any value. I don't think that it is wrong to point this out. Something along these lines ought to fit the bill,
The answer you have posted does not provide much information that
can't be found in existing answers and might therefore be down-voted.
Note that you can edit to improve your answer, and thereby increase
the chances of receiving up-votes.
That's not exactly gushy, but it's not unfriendly either.
The answer you gave as an example tells us that the white-seed pomegranates are sweeter than the tarter red-seed varieties. This information isn't present in the first answer and so the poster, in this case, might take umbrage at receiving the comment I suggest above, even though it is true that they have not added much.
In this case, I think the comment should recognise the fact that there is something new and potentially useful, if only a little,
This answer adds a little new information, but not enough to warrant
posting a new answer. Once you gain enough reputation to do so, it
would be better to add this information as a comment on an existing
answer. Meanwhile you can edit to improve your answer, and thereby
increase the chances of receiving up-votes.