The almond industry announced a series of goals last week that it hopes to achieve by 2025. The goals, which focus on using less water and pesticides; reducing waste and generating less harvest dust, will be accomplished by what the Almond Board of California’s Holly King describes as “three-legged stool” of sustainability. King said the almond industry hopes to achieve these goals by employing “production practices that are ecologically sound, economically viable and socially equitable.”
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Almonds from California are a natural, wholesome and quality food. The Almond Board of California promotes almonds through its research-based approach to all aspects of marketing, farming and production on behalf of the more than 6,000 almond growers and processors in California, many of whom are multi-generational family operations. Established in 1950 and based in Modesto, California, the Almond Board of California is a non-profit organization that administers a grower-enacted Federal Marketing Order under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture. For more information on the Almond Board of California or almonds, visit Almonds.com or check out California Almonds on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and the California Almonds blog.