Almond Brothers Work Together to Grow and Supply Our Favorite Nut

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 There are around 6,800 California Almond farms and over 90% are family farms. 2 One of these families is the Gardiners,... Read more »

What does #HeartWalking mean to Almond Board of California?

It means assembling The A Team – 10 staff members, four furry friends and one stylish 15-month-old – to accomplish one goal: raise awareness and funds for victims and survivors of cardiovascular disease and stroke. On Sept. 16, Almond Board of California (ABC) partnered with the American Heart Association (AHA) to... Read more »

Employee Q&A: Julie Adams of Global Technical, Regulatory & Government Affairs

In our ABC Q&A series, we bring you brief interviews with some of the minds driving innovation at the Almond Board of California. We speak to a wide variety of folks who work here at the Almond Board, exploring topics from research to conservation to favorite almond recipes. Today, we talk to Julie Adams , whose... Read more »

Almond Milk, from Orchard to Carton

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 or sugar. We know more consumers are interested in the environmental impact of... Read more »

Central Valley Buzzing over Honey Bee Pavilion

Earlier this summer, the Almond Board of California’s Honey Bee Pavilion came to the Central Valley to present fun facts about honey bees and highlight the bee’s vital role in providing a diverse, stable and nutritious global food supply. In June, the Honey Bee Pavilion was at the National Ag Science Center’s (NASC)... Read more »