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Wonderful® Pistachios Partners with Panda Global as an Official Snack of the First-ever Licensed North American Super Smash Bros.™ Circuit

Wonderful® Pistachios, America’s number one snack nut, announced a new partnership with gaming organization Panda Global as an Official Snack of the Panda Cup, the first North American Super Smash Bros.™ circuit to be officially licensed by Nintendo. Wonderful Pistachios will also be the title sponsor of the “Wonderful Pistachios Last Chance Qualifier” on December 15 at the Los Angeles …

How Oregon Hazelnuts Fit into Current Global Market Dynamics

While the 2022 hazelnut crop forecast is down from last year’s yields in the Pacific Northwest, there appears to be no shortage of hazelnuts on the global scale currently. Watch this brief interview with hazelnut packers Mike Firestone and Sean Denfeld as they share their perspectives on the global hazelnut market and how Oregon hazelnuts fit into the mix.  Read …

What Growers & Handlers Should Know about Preventing Tree Nut Theft

There are a lot of risks involved in farming, such as weather, insect/disease pressure and a tightening labor force; and a crop finally getting harvested is generally accompanied by a sigh of relief.  However, the risks aren’t completely over yet, especially with the threat of postharvest crop theft in California. Watch this brief interview with Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux …

Iditarod Champion Shares Why Pistachios are His Protein of Choice

Not only do pistachios contain all the essential amino acids that make up a complete protein, but they also have other nutritional benefits that help the body through extreme cold weather conditions. That is why pistachios are the trail food of choice for five-time Iditarod champion dog musher Dallas Seavey.  Watch this brief interview with one of American Pistachio Growers …

Effort Secures Federal Procurement Program for Almonds

More school children and others benefitting from food nutrition programs all across the country will enjoy California almonds this year, thanks to their inclusion in federal ag marketing efforts. A USDA program known as Section 32 allows the U.S. Department of Agriculture to buy surplus ag commodities to distribute through various federally subsidized food programs. The almond industry doesn’t always …

Exploring Different Options for On-Farm Groundwater Recharge

While they can’t make it rain, California water districts and farmers are finding creative ways to be a part of the solution to severe drought conditions and subsiding groundwater levels by sinking water back into the earth during the “wet season”.  Watch this brief interview with Chase Hurley from Triangle T Water District as he shares some success stories and …

Land IQ Evaluates CA Pistachio Acreage & Water Supply Reliability

As pistachio acreage continues to increase throughout the state, American Pistachio Growers has commissioned Land IQ to get an aerial perspective of where the industry currently stands with regard to both crop yield and water supply reliability amidst a persisting drought. Watch this brief interview with Joel Kimmelshue from Land IQ as he explains and read more about it in …

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