The release of the Final Rule for Preventive Controls of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) will mean some changes for the California Almond industry.
With less than a month to go, now is a good time to plan ahead for the 43rd annual Almond Conference.
As an industry member who lives and works every day growing and processing almonds, or an allied industry member who supports these activities, you tell the California Almond story best.
If you’ve been thinking about applying for the 2016 yearlong Almond Board of California (ABC) Almond Leadership Program, don’t wait another day — the application window closes on Friday, Dec. 11.
The Almond Board of California (ABC) has announced funding for a groundwater recharge research project.
Fresh consumer insights were uncovered during focus groups in the UK, leading to a new advertising campaign for California Almonds this year.
The results of the survey conducted by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) of nurseries that sell almond trees were released Nov. 3.
In an ongoing effort to support California FFA, each year Almond Board of California (ABC) conducts a silent auction at The Almond Conference.
Jenny Nicolau, Almond Board manager, Industry Services, gives an overview of the California Almond Leadership Program and the value it provides to participants and the industry at large.
Final details for the 2015 Almond Conference are being put in place, including approvals on continuing education credits.