There are some super markets and stores that sell the fruits already cut.
E.g. containers with pomegranate seeds.
In such cases, do you usually wash them before consumption?
It likely depends on what you’re doing with the fruit.
Food that has been packaged like this should have been done in a hygienic environment so there isn’t a significant risk of bacteria or similar contamination. It should have been washed before cutting (and possibly peeled) reducing pesticide contamination.
But similar to how there are times when you would or wouldn’t rinse canned fruit, I suspect that there might be reasons to wash the fruit… but in general, you shouldn’t need to.
However, if the container is bulging, that’s a sign that there’s been some sort of microbial activity (such as fermentation), and for safety you should probably avoid it rather than just try to wash it.