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Our commitment to Good Agricultural Practices and strategic investments in orchard maintenance, vitality, and sustainability ensure that our California almonds meet present and future market demands.
Almond dormancy is an essential process for almond farmers, as it helps to regulate the almond growing cycle.
Almond bloom is a beautiful sight to behold in California's Central Valley. Every year, almond trees burst into bloom with clouds of white and pink petals, creating a stunning and fragrant landscape.
The development of almonds is an important process for any orchard. The nut takes approximately 5-6 months to fully mature and develop.
During the maturing process, the almond grows inside a green, fleshy outer hull. As time passes, the hull turns brown and eventually splits open, revealing a hard, brown shell with a creamy white nut inside.
Almond harvesting season typically begins in August and runs through October. Almonds are manually or mechanically harvested using specialized shakers which gently remove the nuts from the trees.
Processing is an essential part of producing high quality almonds. Once harvested, almonds are collected from the orchards. They are then cleaned, hulled, and sorted according to size. The nuts are then blanched and dried to reduce moisture content.
Storage is a key factor in preserving quality almonds. Almonds should be stored in a dry, cool environment, such as a storage room that is temperature and humidity controlled.
Almonds come in a variety of forms, each with its own unique flavor and texture. Whole almonds are the most common form, but you can also find sliced, slivered, flaked, blanched, and even almond butter.
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