Halloween may be long gone, but mummies could be lurking in almond orchards – mummy nuts, that is!
Mummy nuts are what almond farmers call the nuts that remain on the trees after harvest. The normally fuzzy, green outer hull darkens and… Read more
Throughout this year’s almond harvest, our farmers and community have been posting on social media to take you behind the scenes to see the work being done to bring your favorite nut from orchard to table!
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Today is National Farmer’s Day – a time to honor and thank farmers for all of their hard work year round growing the healthy, delicious foods we need and love! This day is celebrated in October at the end of harvest season, when… Read more
California is uniquely suited to growing almonds, and its farmers produce 80% of the world’s supply, supporting healthy, diverse diets – full of protein, fiber, and good fat – across the globe.
While good for you, almonds are also good… Read more
It’s the most wonderful – and the busiest – time of the year for the California Almond community!
In a short window of time – mid-August to October – 80% of the world’s almonds are shook from the trees, swept into rows, picked up, and… Read more
Almonds and the trees that grow them go through many stages in their annual lifecycle including dormancy during winter, the stunning bloom in February and March, “growing up” through the spring, and “cracking open” in summer. The year… Read more
UC Water News published an interview with Dr. Helen Dahlke, an associate professor at UC Davis and Almond Board-funded researcher, in which she discusses her research on the feasibility of recharging underground aquifers by flooding almond… Read more
It’s winter time and harvest is over, but the work for California Almond farmers isn’t done. Like many other types of trees, almond orchards lose their leaves during winter and rest, a time known as dormancy. Once the leaves have fallen… Read more
During this year’s harvest, Almond Board of California (ABC) hosted a side-by-side demonstration of innovative low-dust almond harvesting equipment.
Almond harvest involves a three-step process: shaking the nuts off the tree and… Read more
Almond milk has proven to be a satisfying option for people who are looking to avoid lactose; eat fewer animal products or less soy; get less saturated fat and cholesterol, and, in the case of unsweetened almond milk, watch their calories… Read more