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OWN YOUR EVERYDAY. EVERY DAY.

Kerri Walsh Jennings is a renowned American professional beach volleyball player and an inspiration to women, men, boys and girls everywhere as the most decorated beach volleyball Olympian of all time. She trains hard… but breathes, believes and loves even harder!

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Help Pick the 2020 Almond Tin

Help us choose the next design of the California Almonds snack tin! The design with the most votes by Friday, July 3rd at 5pm PT will be declared the winner – as chosen by the fans! Be sure to invite your friends to vote, too. Happy voting!

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Own Your Everyday with Kerri Walsh Jennings

Create the Healthy Habits that Fuel Your Every Day with Superstar Athlete and Mom Kerri Walsh Jennings.

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Wrinkle Study: When it comes to natural beauty, almonds fit right in.
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How to Achieve Your Very Best Self

Success begins with our mind - it’s the single most powerful asset you have to drive the change you desire for yourself. The mind allows us to envision our goals and becomes the driving force behind our physical efforts. But without properly fueling our mind, our efforts suffer, and we fall short of achieving our fullest potential. I want to...

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February is the Best Month to Celebrate Almonds: Five Reasons to Love this Crunchy, Natural Snack

The month of February gives us so many reasons to celebrate almonds! February 16th was National Almond Day – one of my favorite food holidays – and February is also National Heart Month. To celebrate, let’s take it back to basics. Almonds are a quick and healthy go-to snack that’s worthy of a spot in your daily nutrition line up...

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New Study Explores Almonds as an Option for Breakfast-Skippers

Research has shown that 20% to 43% of college freshmen report skipping breakfast, by far the most frequently skipped meal among this group.1 2 3 4 That’s an unfortunate statistic, because daily breakfast consumption among US adults may decrease the risk of adverse effects related to glucose and insulin metabolism, according to a scientific statement by the American Heart Association.5...