We are one of the world's largest growers of almonds with processing operations in Mildura, Australia, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and California. We sell organic almonds that meet all organic requirements for USDA certification, which means products are not produced with bioengineering, conventional pesticides, or harmful synthetic fertilizers.
Olam Nuts is proud to provide consumers with a nutritious and delicious product but we are also proud of our efforts in empowering women in their entrepreneurial aspirations. We have aided women in furthering their education in farming and agriculture.
When you choose Olam Nuts, you choose to help those around the world with dreams of vast economical pursuits.
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4 Varieties of Bulk Organic Almonds
Did you know that there are different kinds of organic almonds? Almonds come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and at times, colors too. Each almond has its own unique way of being used.
Olam Nuts offers this and more!
Nonpareil: The Nonpareil variety – representing 40% of California’s total almond production – has the widest range of uses. This variety is the most popular because of its appearance. The Nonpareil is blemish-free with a thin outer shell and smooth kernel, making it used widely as a snacking nut, and anywhere an attractive appearance is demanded.
Carmel: The Carmel varieties are ideal for snacking because of their appearance. Their wrinkled surfaces make these varieties ideal for flavor enhancements and coatings. They are usually long, narrow, large kernels that are lightly colored. All Carmel varieties also classify as California varieties.
California: The California Type varieties are typically described as adaptable and most appropriate for virtually any process or application. With a wide range of kernel shapes, skin color, and surface characteristics, California varieties are suitable for blanching and can be used in manufactured ingredients.
Mission: The Mission varieties are often characterized as having great attributes for products in which you want to enhance flavor adherences. Their kernels are usually hard, small, wide, and often plump. Because of their kernel tips, these varieties are not recommended for blanching. Missions are usually found in roasted products where small sizes are desired.