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Monthly Archives: November 2021

  1. Different Lead Times on - Are they out of stock? offers the world’s most popular nuts in a wide variety of formats, including our creamy natural whole hazelnuts and delicious green pistachios sourced from Turkey, cashews grown in different regions around the world such as Africa and Asia, and fresh almonds and walnuts from our orchards in California.  Based on the conditions in those production facilities comes different processing times or lead times when those items will be available in our warehouse.  

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    As a vertically integrated edible nuts supplier, we have access to a plethora of products from our very own processing facilities around the world. Our relationship with farmers and plants allows us to be involved in every step of the production

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  2. Certified Organic Nuts: What does it mean?

    Consumers worldwide are increasingly demanding information trials and documents about things they buy. They’re looking for proof of what they purchase online or consume is safe

    By certified organic we mean the nuts, seeds, and other ingredients we process and/or distribute are as per the USDA’s Organic Production and Handling Standards

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  3. Resolving the Africa water crisis. Install borewells in Africa?

    Water is as essential as air, data, oil and is the lifeblood to humanity. There’s an acute shortage of water.  The demand and supply of freshwater are misaligned. Communities and environmental ecosystems are all at risk. Climate change, seismic demographic shifts, and excessive population growth add to the existing water issues. The availability of freshwater varies significantly by location. According to McKinsey & Company, most of the world’s freshwater is divided amongst 410 named basins, which are areas of land where all water that falls or flows through that region ultimately ends at a single source.

    Lack of access to clean water has mostly affected people’s livelihoods and well-being in the African countries; primarily, women and children are risked to adverse health risks, forcing child labor that leads to children dropping out of school.

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