A versatile ingredient, nuts account for a rising share of new product launches in the ever evolving global snacks category.
We hope you’re enjoying our new monthly feature on FSMA! We’re back to provide another round of answers to those burning FSMA questions that we know are keeping you up at night. This month we address when hullers and shellers can hull and shell almonds grown by other farms and when the written disclosure requirements under the Produce Safety rule apply
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently completed its risk assessment of California Almonds, and their conclusions are similar to those made by Almond Board of California (ABC) after conducting its own risk assessments completed in 2006 and 2012 and performed by Linda Harris, Cooperative Extension Specialist...
To deliver almond key messages to our target audience in South Korea, Almond Board of California (ABC) carried out activities tied in with the 2017 F/W Seoul Fashion Week (SFW).
For more than two decades, Almond Board of California (ABC) has invested in sound science to better understand the nutrient composition and health benefits of almonds, and also to advance public health and wellness
It has been a banner year so far for nutrition research at Almond Board of California (ABC), with a full pipeline of research and several requests for proposals (RFPs) just completed or in the works. The Nutrition Research Committee held a strategic planning meeting in November, and identified several new areas of...
Several presentations in the upcoming Almond Board of California (ABC) Food Quality and Safety Symposium will address issues related to the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The 19th annual symposium will be held at Wine & Roses in Lodi on June 22.
Almond Board of California’s (ABC’s) Jenny Heap spends a great deal of her time, as Almond Board’s manager of Global Health and Nutrition Communications, preaching the gospel of the health benefits of eating almonds.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) issued its official report on California’s almond acreage on April 26, showing an increase in 2016.
Improving the accuracy of spray applications leads to improved efficacy in pest control, and therefore greater returns to growers. But keeping spray material in the target zone can also reduce the environmental impact of almond farming by minimizing off-site movement of pesticides through drift or deposition on the orchard floor.