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  The 2014 Almond Conference hosted the first-ever Almond Quality Workshop, presenting current findings from the Almond Quality Research Program, which is managed by the Almond Board’s Almond…
Jan 08, 2015 // Quality and Food Safety
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Under the Bioterrorism Act, facilities engaged in manufacturing, processing, packing or holding food for consumption in the United States are required to register with FDA, and to renew such…
Oct 08, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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Rancidity is one of the most pressing problems affecting processors, yet there is no completely objective chemical method for determining rancidity, according to Dr. Alyson Mitchell, professor of…
Sep 09, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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Rancidity is one of the most pressing problems affecting processors, yet there is no completely objective chemical method for determining rancidity, according to Dr. Alyson Mitchell, professor of…
Sep 08, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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16th annual Almond Board of California Food Quality and Safety Symposium will be held Wednesday, July 23, at Wine & Roses in Lodi. Featured speakers and topics include: Insect resistance to…
Jul 10, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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The 16th annual Almond Board of California Food Quality and Safety Symposium will be held Wednesday, July 23, at Wine & Roses in Lodi. Featured speakers and topics include: Insect resistance to…
Jun 11, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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The 16th annual Almond Board of California Food Quality and Safety Symposium will be held Wednesday, July 23, at Wine & Roses in Lodi. Featured speakers and topics include: Insect resistance to…
Jun 01, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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Winter sanitation is critical to reduce overwintering populations of navel orangeworm (NOW) and the potential for damage and aflatoxin contamination in next year’s crop. As a baseline, current…
Feb 11, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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Winter sanitation is critical to reduce overwintering populations of navel orangeworm (NOW) and the potential for damage and aflatoxin contamination in next year’s crop. As a baseline, current…
Feb 03, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety
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Staying current on the latest California Almonds news and tips is easy with the Almond Update every Thursday on AgNet/West, sponsored by the Almond Board of California. Tune in to your local AgNet/…
Jan 09, 2014 // Quality and Food Safety