Excitement leading up to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games provided a springboard for Almond Board of California’s (ABC’s) highly successful “Road to Rio” campaign to support its North America objective to increase almond snacking consumption among consumers.
With most harvest activities coming to an end, there’s no better time than now to register for The Almond Conference. The 44th annual Almond Conference is packed with presentations, top-notch speakers, insightful meal events and dedicated trade show time, so you won’t want to miss a thing.
Newly appointed Senior Manager, Irrigation and Water Efficiency, Spencer Cooper is here to help almond growers reach their goals of increased water efficiency through in-the-orchard visits.
In January, the European Commission extended the temporary maximum residue limit (MRL) for Fosetyl-Al for almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pistachios, and walnuts until March 1, 2019, at the current level of 75 mg/kg.
According to Innova Market Insights, a research firm, new-product introductions with almonds have overtaken hazelnuts in Europe for the first time.
The California State Legislature has adjourned after passing several bills that were signed into law by Gov. Brown on Sept. 8.
After another successful year of participants learning about and experiencing the California Almond industry up close, the 2016 Almond Leadership program is about to end, which means applications for the 2017 program are now available.
In August, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made three major Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) announcements.
There’s very little time left to comment on the proposed increase in the assessment from 3 cents a pound to 4 cents for a three-year period.
On Sept. 27, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued new Guidance for Industry on the use of the implied nutrient content claim “healthy,” which has exciting implications for almonds.