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Europe is the almond industry’s largest export market, and, as such, Almond Board of California is excited to debut its latest European marketing campaign.  This integrated marketing campaign…
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Earlier this year, the 2017 Almond Leadership Program class committed to raising $25,000 for the California FFA Foundation. In an effort to reach this goal, Almond Board of California is partnering…
Oct 02, 2017 // About the Almond Industry
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Mike Sandhu, whose family is a major grower and shipper of almonds in the Tracy area, reports that the local harvest, which started a week later than last year, is in line with the statewide estimate…
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With harvest’s end on the horizon, 2017 Almond Leadership Program participants are rounding third base in their completion of the year-long program. Participants’ leadership growth and industry…
Sep 11, 2017 // About the Almond Industry
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Since its launch last December, the California Almond industry map has served as a visual tool for almond growers, processors, allied industry and others to view analyses showing where almond acreage…
Sep 01, 2017 // About the Almond Industry
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Growers in the Golden State expect to harvest 2.25 billion meat pounds this year, a more than 5 percent increase from the record-setting 2016 production of 2.14 billion meat pounds, according to the…
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The California almond industry is doing very well as a leading crop desired by consumers around the world, and growers are doing a tremendous job in growing the crop efficiently. This is Part 2 of a…
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Snack nuts evolve with changing tastes, how almonds fit with new consumer eating habits.
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Las Vegas, NV – According to new data from Innova Market Insights, California almonds were the number one nut used in new products worldwide in 2016, the tenth year that almonds have held the lead…
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On Monday, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into California law that officially declared the almond, pecan, walnut and pistachio to each be the state nut. This is a true thing that happened and not…
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