You are here

Almond Board-Funded Research: Simple Swap-In of Almonds Can Add Up to Big Nutrition

Did you know that 92 percent of Americans snack sometime throughout the day 1 , and, often, more than once? So when you think about it, your snacking choices can be key to making or breaking an eating pattern. A recent study 2 funded by the Almond Board of California (ABC) and published in Nutrition Journal modeled... Read more »

Green Almonds: A Seasonal Delicacy

Almond Board of California is celebrating its community by running occasional features on farmers, processors, and others who support the industry, highlighting their commitment to sustainability. 1 Stewart & Jasper Orchards is a family-owned almond farming and processing operation near Newman, California. Founded... Read more »

Ode to Almond Milk

February is a month filled with expressions of love. To celebrate in February and beyond, California Almonds is sharing all the things to love about almonds, including a consumer favorite: almond milk. Consumers have many choices when it comes to their health preferences and needs. We celebrate those choices with all... Read more »

Almonds and Chocolate – A Perfect Pairing

From the chocolate hearts you receive on Valentine’s Day to Easter chocolate bunnies or Hanukkah gelt, chocolate is often tied to emotional and celebratory moments in our lives. It’s no surprise then that happiness is the top reason for eating more chocolate, followed by taste and stress reduction. 1 Did you know that... Read more »

The Skinny on Almond Calories

Recent research from scientists at the US Department of Agriculture, funded by the Almond Board of California, shows that both roasted and unroasted almonds provide fewer calories than thought—and that the number of calories is largely dependent upon the form of almonds. In whole unroasted almonds, 25% fewer calories... Read more »

Pages