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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!

Health & Wellness, Own It
Celebrity Holistic Health Coach Koya Webb Shares The Importance of Being a Mindful Eater

Fuel Your Body and Spirit with Insight from Celebrity Holistic Health Coach and Founder of "Get Loved Up", Koya Webb

Health & Wellness
Dietitian E-Newsletter: Focus on Diabetes Month

November is American Diabetes Month and this year, the stakes are even higher for the 100 million Americans who either have diabetes or are at increased risk for the disease, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Growing Good
Looking Back at the Sights and Sounds of #AlmondHarvest 2020

Want a behind the scenes look at this year’s harvest from the point of view of our farmers and others involved in the almond community? Or for an inside scoop on how farmers bring your favorite nut from orchard to pantry? We’ve pulled together posts from across social media using the #almondharvest hashtag to show you how it happens, straight from the source.

Growing Good
Better Water Management for a Better California

Almond farmer Don Cameron recently penned an op-ed for leading California water publication, Maven’s Notebook. Learn More.

Health & Wellness
Dietitian E-news: Learning and Meeting from Home: FNCE Edition

The Almond Board of California will be at FNCE 2020 Virtual Event on October 17-20 so we can “meet” to discuss almond nutrition benefits and research, and you can get our popular almond tin.

Growing Good
Good for You, Good for the Earth

The final step of almonds’ orchard to table journey happens at the processing facility where they are sized and sorted. After that, California almonds are shipped to over 90 countries to be enjoyed by people around the world. And the biggest almond lovers are right here in the U.S., where over 30% of almonds grown in California each year are consumed.