USA: Blue Diamond opens growers store online
Remember those Blue Diamond almond growers standing waist-high in almonds asking us to buy "A Can a Week, That's all we Ask?" Now, they're back offering a complete line of nuts at their online Growers Store at www.bluediamondgrowers.com .Included in the range of products available online is Blue Diamond's popular gift packs featuring its signature Smokehouse flavored almonds, roasted salted, barbeque, whole natural and candy coated, multi-colored Jordan almonds for year-round giving. Blue Diamond has special blue packaging for the holidays that makes gift giving easier.New this season is Blue Diamond's premium line of almonds, hazelnuts, macadamias, cashews, mixed nuts, pecans, pistachios and walnuts in convenient 2-pound cans for cooking and snacking.Also new and available online is Blue Diamond's entry into the natural food business with Nut Thins, an all natural, baked almond and hazelnut cracker with no added wheat or gluten and non-dairy Almond Breeze. Vanilla-flavored Breeze outranked its leading non-dairy beverage competitors in several taste panels by a margin of 9 to 1. The beverage was developed for the lactose intolerant and those who prefer non-dairy drinks. Almonds are cholesterol-free, mostly monounsaturated fat, one of the highest food sources of vitamin E and antioxidants. Recent research reveals that a handful of almonds daily can reduce cholesterol in a low-saturated fat diet.Blue Diamond is a cooperative owned by nearly 4,000 California almond growers who are celebrating 90 years of producing quality nuts. They now sell to nearly 100 countries worldwide and are American's sixth largest exported food product!
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