The Almond Board’s Carissa Sauer urges almond growers and processors to access a wealth of information about almonds and water to share with friends, neighbors and the community in this Almond Update.
As the school year winds down, more than ever, elementary school teachers are looking for educational and fun resources for their classrooms.
The 2015 California Almond crop has been projected at 1.85 billion meat pounds, down 1% from last year.
Each year, Almond Leadership participants select a topic or issue they would like to investigate that provides value or insight for the benefit of the California Almond industry.
1. Undergoes a Facelift A refreshed and simplified website ensures a pleasant user experience for attendees who go online to register, read the program, and plan their visit to Sacramento. was redesigned to reflect the look and feel of the Grower and Processor...
The 17th annual Food Quality and Safety Symposium, to be held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Modesto on June 4, will help you be better prepared for new requirements under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) proposed rules, which are expected to become final in August.
Balanced stories about California Almonds and the drought now appear more consistently in news coverage. The Almond Board of California (ABC) continues to see negative views and misinformation daily, but the influence and reach of the balanced publications is now approximately matching that of the negative.
Growing up in Southern California (L.A. area), my family home was surrounded by lush green lawns, and many a summer’s day was spent with friends rocketing down the Slip-A-Slide as the backyard hose ran incessantly to keep the plastic strip well lubricated. On the hottest of days, my parents would hook up a couple of...
Green almonds are a seasonal delicacy for people familiar with the Middle East, and some California Almond growers are catering to that niche market in the U.S. Green almonds are harvested mid-April to mid-June, before either the nut or the shell starts to harden, making the making the entire nut — including the hull and the shell — edible.
A recent almond study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association is making headlines around the world.