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Are you looking for a reliable B2B supplier of almond products? Look no further than Torg! Our platform offers a wide selection of almonds from Europe, the Mediterranean region, Spain, and Italy. As a global marketplace, we are proud to connect buyers with suppliers who offer competitive pricing and top-notch quality on all almond products. Whether you're looking for wholesale or private label items, our team can help find what you need quickly and efficiently.

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Related products and categories

  1. Almond Milk: While almonds are not dairy, almond milk is a popular alternative to cow's milk and can be used in various recipes. Almond milk is also suitable for vegan dieters and those who may need to avoid lactose.
  2. Cashews: Cashews are similar to almonds in texture, color, and nutrition profile when comparing the two nuts. Cashews are slightly sweeter than almonds, making them great for baking or as a snack.
  3. Macadamia Nuts: Macadamia nuts share some similarities with almonds such as their nutritional value; both contain good amounts of fiber, protein, healthy fats and vitamins. Macadamias are larger than almonds with a creamy texture and buttery flavor that makes them ideal for baking.
  4. Hazelnuts: Hazelnuts have a similar nutty flavor like almonds but they have their own unique taste. They’re especially delicious when roasted or added to baked goods like cakes and cookies due to their crunchy texture and sweet flavor.
  5. Pistachios: Pistachios have a similar nutty flavor like almonds but they offer more sweetness with an earthier undertone that pairs well with savory dishes like salads or grains dishes where you want something special added on top.

Packaging Options

  1. Bulk Packaging: Bulk packaging is ideal for b2b buyers who need a large quantity of almonds. Almonds can be packaged in 25kg, 50kg or even larger bags to meet the buyers' needs. Bulk packaging is perfect for suppliers offering wholesale prices as it offers the best price per unit of product.
  2. Vacuum Sealed Packaging: Vacuum sealed packaging is used to keep the almonds fresh and protected from any external elements. This type of packaging can be tailored to customer’s specifications and ensures a safe delivery of the product while maintaining its quality.
  3. Private Label Packaging: Smaller quantities of almonds can also be packaged for private label resellers, such as those selling online or at local markets. Almonds are often available in small bags, ranging from 5g to 500g, or in boxes where multiple packages are grouped together.

Recent Supply Chain Issues in the Almond Industry

  1. : Over the past few years, there have been reports of increased price volatility in the almond industry due to short supply and demand. This has caused fluctuations in prices for both growers and buyers, making it difficult to predict the market. Additionally, California’s drought (which is responsible for a large share of global production) has made almonds more expensive as well as more difficult to source.
  2. Price Volatility:
  3. : Another issue facing almond suppliers is contamination from pests and diseases such as brown rot fungi and navel orangeworms. These infestations can cause major damage to crops, resulting in losses for producers and higher costs for buyers due to the need for additional inspection processes.
  4. Contamination:
  5. : Finally, there are also issues related to sustainability within the almond industry. With rising demand comes an increase of pressure on land resources, leading to deforestation in certain areas which conflicts with Torg's commitment towards environmental stewardship. More sustainable practices such as water conservation are needed going forward if we want this trend reversed.
  6. Sustainability: