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Almonds

Almond flour is a low-carb, gluten-free baking alternative to standard wheat flour.

All natural, raw almonds, supreme size, high in protein, calcium and zinc.

Organic almonds, perfectly delicious, loaded with nutrition and significant in size, these almonds are among our best selling products. Our raw organic almonds are just that—truly raw and non-pasteurized—and certified organic. Great raw almonds like these can be difficult to get in the United States, as California almonds marketed as "raw" are often steam-pasteurized, but our non-pasteurized almonds are imported from Spain.

High in protein and zinc, these supreme sized roasted almonds are toasted to perfection, without salt.

All natural, peerless, grade A almonds, high in protein, calcium and zinc. These almonds are pasteurized.

These perfectly salted almonds are toasted just right and are packed with zinc and protein.

Fresh California whole almonds without the skin are excellent for all baking needs.

All natural dry roasted organic almonds covered in organic dark chocolate.

A California almond shaved into slivered sections. Slivered almonds are ideal for baking and for making cookies.

Sliced natural almonds have the extra healthy kick from the skin and are great in salads and baking.

Almond flour is a low-carb, gluten-free baking alternative to standard wheat flour. Grown without pesticides or chemicals.

Lightly toasted organic almonds (steamed pasteurized) are used to make this incredible tasting smooth organic almond butter. There are no additives such as sugar or salt. Just pure almond butter.

Almond flour is a low-carb, gluten-free baking alternative to standard wheat flour. This almond flour was made with natural, unblanched almonds.

All natural dry roasted organic California Almonds are nutritious and delicious.

All natural organic almonds, dry roasted and salted.

A California almond, thinly sliced to be used for any baking need. Great for cake decorations and with string beans.

Dry roasted almonds are used to make this incredible tasting smooth almond butter. There are no additives such as sugar or salt. Just pure almond butter.

Lightly toasted organic almonds (steamed pasteurized) are used to make this incredible tasting crunchy organic almond butter.

Almond paste is ideal for baking and wedding cakes.

Sprouted almonds are easier to digest than regular nuts because the soaking process releases their enzyme inhibitors. They have a smooth texture and delicious flavor.

Almond flour is a low-carb, gluten-free baking alternative to standard wheat flour. Almonds are unblanched and grown without pesticides or chemicals.

Sprouted Spinach and pesto mix is a tantalizingly delicious blend of sprouted almonds, walnuts, and pumpkin seeds perfectly seasoned with spinach and pesto. A truly unique and addicting snack.

Dry roasted almonds are used to make this incredible tasting roasted and crunchy almond butter. There are no additives such as sugar or salt. Just pure almond butter.

Tamari Almonds are absolutely delicious. Dry roasted almonds with the wonderful soy tamari flavoring. Truly a treat.

All natural organic sliced almonds with the skins. Perfect for baking, cooking, or snacking.

All natural organic blanched almonds. Perfect for baking, cooking, or snacking.

High in protein and zinc, these supreme sized almonds are toasted to perfection, with just a little bit of salt.

Make your next cookie a super cookie! This flour blend is created out of sprouted almonds, sprouted buckwheat and superfoods leaving it full of minerals, digestible proteins, and pre-biotic soluble fiber.

These raw chopped almonds make the perfect topping for ice cream. Try coating your next meat or fish dish for a deliciously nutty crunch.

All natural organic slivered almonds with the skins. Perfect for baking, cooking, or snacking.

Our high-quality marzipan can be used in cakes or to make small marzipan imitations of fruits and vegetables. The marzipan is 40% almonds.

All natural organic almonds covered in organic milk chocolate.

Our commitment to gluten-free products

While we’ve always sold naturally gluten-free products, we’ve gone a step farther to offer an even wider range of trusted, affordable, and certified gluten-free products.

  • We analyzed ingredients, vetted suppliers, and got facility certificates ensuring non-contamination of ingredients and production aids.
  • We completely segregated our production lines to eliminate any possibility of cross-contamination.
  • We established policies and procedures to ensure compliance and randomly test products in our gluten-free production room.
  • Not only do we voluntarily comply with USDA federal guidelines, but we’re also certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization.
  • We show the GF logo on each product page that is gluten-free.

About Almonds

Almonds have a rich history of cultural significance and medicinal applications among ancient civilizations. The tree nut is native to Asia and the Middle East and was first cultivated as far back as 3000 BC. Almonds were first introduced to California from Spanish missionaries in the mid-1700s, but it wasn’t until the 1800s that growers learned to produce almonds successfully in this state. Today, the United States is the leading supplier of almonds, with 100% of commercial production coming from California. Almonds are one of the world’s most versatile nuts, renowned for their many health benefits and widely used in sweet and savory dishes around the globe.

Almonds Health Benefits

1) Lower Cholesterol: Almonds are the leading source of monounsaturated fat among commonly eaten nuts: over 60% of the total fat in almonds is monounsaturated. Numerous studies have demonstrated the cholesterol-lowering effects of consuming foods rich in monounsaturated fat. A 2005 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that consuming almonds as part of a heart-healthy diet can be just as effective at lowering LDL “bad” cholesterol levels as first generation statin drugs.

2) Reduce Blood Sugar Levels: Eating almonds may be a great option for diabetics looking to maintain healthy blood glucose levels. Findings from a 2007 study published in the journal Metabolism found that consuming almonds alongside white bread regulates spikes in blood sugar and significantly lowers the glycemic index of the meal.

3) Antioxidant Powers: Almonds are one of the richest food sources of alpha-tocopherol, the form of vitamin E that is most easily absorbed by the body. Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that protects cells against the damaging effects of free radicals, boosts the immune system, and helps your body create new red blood cells. A 2005 study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that almond consumption helped meet the Recommended Dietary Allowance of 15 mg/day alpha-tocopherol and improved red blood cell concentration.

4) Health Nut: Almonds are abundant in even more nutty nutrients, like protein, dietary fiber, magnesium, calcium, and potassium. One ounce of almonds contains 12% of the Daily Value (DV) of protein, nearly 15% DV of dietary fiber, 20% DV of magnesium, 7% DV of calcium, and 5% DV of potassium.

10 Ways to Eat Almonds

1) Enjoy them raw, roasted, or seasoned for a delicious and healthy snack

2) Toss sliced almonds with salads

3) Mix chopped almonds into yogurt, oatmeal, or baked goods for a nutty nutrient fix

4) Spread almond butter on sliced bread or toast

5) Dark chocolate covered almonds satisfy a sweet tooth and pack an antioxidant boost

6) Try almonds in a trail mix with other nuts and snacks

7) Add a crunchy almond coating to poultry or fish

8) Replace wheat flour with almond flour in recipes to create low-carb, gluten-free baked goods

9) Blend almonds in a food processor to make your own homemade almond butter or almond milk

10) Share Jordan almonds with your guests during special occasions, like weddings, showers, and other celebrations.

How are almonds harvested?

Almond trees bear fruit with a thick outer hull covering the hard shell of the almond seed. They grow best in dry climates, making central California an optimal location for almond production in the United States. When the crop is mature, the hulls begin to split and mechanical shakers are brought into the orchard floor to shake the fruits from the trees. Remaining hulls are then removed completely in a processing facility and the moisture content of the nuts is reduced to preserve freshness. The almonds are then cleaned, sized, and a majority of the nuts are shelled for sale.

We also offer Wholesale Almonds.