The basic ingredient of incredibly good and tasty spreads and the perfect match for chocolate, Georgians have traditionally considered hazelnuts to be one of their most significant perennial crops and are proud of their quality.
Largely undiscovered by the rest of the nut world, join us in connecting these small family farms to global markets.
Native to Spain and very fickle, this endangered variety of specialty almond could easily be replaced by other orchard crops that are more predictable and profitable to farmers.
See how growers share their passion and vision in rejuvenating this delicate and sought after snacking nut.
It's not just about a nut—it's about preserving a complete ecosystem that is threatened by illegal mining and deforestation.
Entire indigenous communities living in remote areas of the Amazon forest depend on this "Amazon Almond" for their livelihood.
Journey with us as we partner with these remote communities to build a viable business plan that focuses on quality and freshness while being mindful of the social and environmental impacts.
Even though cashews are not indigenous to West Africa, reforestation programs have propelled this area into the dominant agricultural region for this special nut.
Meet some of our partners and learn how the construction of modern processing facilities is creating jobs and economic self-determination.
Headquarters and Roasting Facility
2904 S. Angus Avenue
Fresno, CA 93725
Tel: (559) 439-2365
Fax: (559) 439-2374