Whether they are whole, raw, roasted, salted, sweetened, coated, slivered or sliced, almonds sold in produce lend themselves to myriad stand-alone or tie-in sales opportunities.
Originally printed in the April 2020 issue of Produce Business. Health messaging, flavor and cooking applications are key to upping sales.
Originally printed in the December 2019 issue of Produce Business. ‘Good for you’ attributes and variety of uses are two big selling points. Almonds represent… Read More
Originally printed in the December 2018 issue of Produce Business. Buoyed by health benefits and convenience, these nuts still pack a punch in produce. Think… Read More
Originally printed in the February 2018 issue of Produce Business. Viewed as a healthy snack and packed with protein instead of unwanted carbs Packaged nuts… Read More
With a great California production year expected, produce executives can count on year-round availability and robust sales. The ancient Romans believed almonds were talismans of… Read More
Good for you, good for produce sales. Weis Markets, a supermarket chain based in Sunbury, PA, with more than 200 stores along the Atlantic Coast,… Read More
Now that nuts can be labeled “healthy,” be prepared for an influx of consumers looking for year-round supplies. In October, the U.S. Food and Drug… Read More