What is #AlmondSustainability?

Did you know one serving of almonds is 23 kernels? To celebrate our community’s responsible farming practices, we’re sharing 23 bite-size pieces of information about growing almonds sustainably. 1 Follow along here, and through #almondsustainability on social media, as we highlight topics across the Almond Board of... 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 »

Food Quality & Safety Symposium Helps Ensure Almond Lovers Enjoy a High-Quality Nut

Last month Almond Board of California (ABC) hosted its 19th Annual Food Quality and Safety Symposium. Events like this are important because they help the California Almond community deliver the high quality almonds that consumers love. Richard Waycott, ABC president and CEO, kicked off the event talking about how... Read more »

Harvest is in Full Swing

Harvest is in full swing on the farm . Some farmers around us started a good week or two before us, but we finally started shaking last week. Harvest starting all depends on soil type, water moisture in the nuts, weather and tree variety. These factors could vary throughout our state making the start of almond harvest... Read more »

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