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2017 marks a decade of protecting public health through mandatory almond pasteurization. As we reflect on the past, it’s also a year in which we are focusing on the future through expanded training…
// Quality and Food Safety
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Snack nuts evolve with changing tastes, how almonds fit with new consumer eating habits.
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For decades, the California Almond industry has utilized almond coproducts in a responsible, sustainable fashion, often yielding secondary benefits. However, recent market shifts are forcing changes…
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Almond trees need cross-pollination, and honey bees help move pollen from tree to tree, setting the crop. Bee hives consistently leave almond orchards stronger than when they came in because almond…
// Almond Bloom and Bees
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Why grow food in California? California is not a desert - it falls mostly within one of the world's five Mediterranean climate zones. California's cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers offer ideal…
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The California almond community is acutely aware of honey bee health concerns and continues to take extraordinary steps to ensure bees remain safe and healthy, both inside their orchards and…
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Through the Almond Board of California, California's almond community has been investing in research on topics related to almonds' sustainability for several decades with a total investment of more…
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An infographic on the amount of water used as compared to Californian fruit and nut trees.
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An infographic on the mutually beneficial relationship between almonds and honey bees.
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An infographic on how California almond growers are lead adapters in efficient irrigation technologies.