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2019 March/April How We Grow

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N E W S L E T T E R O F T H E A L M O N D B O A R D O F C A L I F O R N I A MARCH/APRIL 2019 | ISSUE 2 HOW WE GROW Do Almond Shells Have a Future in Plastics? The Irrigation Station Debuts to Almond Industry Have you seen the spring's most talked about online digital irrigation series? You won't find it on Netflix or Hulu, but rather on the Almond Board of California's YouTube channel. 'Industry Darling' Turns in Her Badge, But Not Her Title "Customer service, the way it ought to be." If Sue Olson had one motto throughout her years of work at the Almond Board of California, that would be it. Almonds Conquer a Health-Conscious World With "big food" under fire, continued trade disputes and ever-shifting food values among consumers, the headwinds and tailwinds influencing global demand for almonds require constant attention. Torrefaction. It may be an unfamiliar word, but it holds big prospects for California almond producers. The term has also been part of Sullivan Grosz's vocabulary for more than a year. Page 4 Page 10 Page 15 Read full article on Page 8

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