Almond Board of California

 
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Almond Board of California

1150 Ninth St., Suite 1500

Modesto

CA 95354

United States

 

http://www.almonds.co.uk/

Trade@AlmondBoard.com

 

Tel. (209) 549-8262

Fax. (209) 549-8267

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When you use almonds in your formulations, you’re not only adding great taste and nutrients; you’re adding a versatile ingredient that consumers demand. Almonds bring the perfect balance to any product, and people are eating them right up. In fact, since 2006, almonds have been the number one nut used in global new product introductions.* So go ahead and serve up some extra appeal with your next product, just make sure almonds are in.
 

*Innova Market Insights, Global New Products Report, 2011.



Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst
Food Ingredients News 13 February 2019

Snacking innovation: Almonds thrive amid calls for healthier options

13 Feb 2019 --- Consumer demand for better‐for‐you snack products is driving the growing global interest in almonds and almond ingredients, as product formulators strive to attract the increasingly health-conscious public. Consumers are pivoting towards simple, unprocessed, clean label foods and many are looking for healthier snacking options.

Food Ingredients News 13 February 2019

Insect extinction threat: “Agriculture must look at its own practices,” says agri-food exec

13 Feb 2019 --- The dramatic decline in insect populations must force the agricultural sector to look at its own practices, an executive an agri-food giant Olam International admits. Ironically, a sector that relies on insects for pollination is one of the greatest contributors to their decline. An imminent rethink is required, highlighted once again by a report published in the journal Biological Conservation this week.

Food Ingredients News 06 February 2019

“Bee safe”: Pesticide-free strategies recommended in Californian almond orchards

06 Feb 2019 --- New research has been carried out that helps solve the growing problem of honey bee pollinators and their offspring dying while they migrate to the US West Coast during the almond blossoming season. Every winter there is a mass migration of honey bees to California which helps pollinate the Central Valley's trees responsible for more than 80 percent of the world’s almonds. But, in recent years more bees and larvae were dying and nobody was exactly sure why – until now.

Video Interviews
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Almonds gain greater NPD traction

30 July 2018 - The Almond Board of California (ABC) ...

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The outlook for innovation with almonds

23 January 2018 - The Almond Board of California highlights ...

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The Surge in Almond Applications

28 August 2017 - According to new data from Innova Market ...

Webinars Interviews
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Trending up: Applying the latest innovations to chocolate and nut confections

25 April 2018 - In this webinar, Lu Ann Williams of ...

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Future Forward: Top Consumer Trends Set to Impact the Chocolate Aisle

05 April 2017 - In this webinar, Lu Ann Williams of Innova ...