Nuts, Dates & Dried Fruit

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Nuts, Dates & Dried Fruit

Fresh Energy offers 100% recyclable one-pound medjool date bag

Bakersfield, Calif.-based Atlas Produce and Distribution, Inc. has introduced a 100% recyclable one-pound medjool date bag under their Fresh Energy brand.

Good year for dates, marketers say

Another good year should be on tap for the date industry following the 2019-20 season that was marked by a significant sales uptick resulting at least in part from COVID-19.

Wonderful Pistachios adds 11-ounce bag option

Wonderful Pistachios is making its No Shells Chili Roasted and Honey Roasted flavors available in an 11-ounce bag, adding another option to the original 5.5-ounce size bags that was introduced last year.

Traina Foods has new product

Traina Foods Inc., Patterson, Calif., has announced the launch of Pasta Toss, the latest fruit-forward product in its Traina Home Grown line.

New sustainable date packaging from Bard Valley

Bard Valley Date Growers Association has unveiled new sustainable packaging

Four new flavors of almonds from Mariani Nut Company

Mariani Nut Co. plans to add four new flavors to its line of all-natural seasoned almonds in February, said Lacey De La Torre, brand sales associate.

Crunchies offers freeze-dried line of fruits

Crunchies Natural Food Co., offers a line of freeze-dried fruits, including strawberries, mixed fruit, strawberry-banana, pineapple, mango and cinnamon apple, said Shaby Fisher, senior marketing specialist.

Blue Diamond adds new flavor of almonds

Blue Diamond Growers plans to add a new flavor to its Bold line of snack almonds — Spicy Dill Pickle.

Sunsweet offers diverse products

Sunsweet Growers Inc., Yuba City, Calif., has a number of ways for consumers to enjoy the company’s products, said Stephanie Harralson, director of marketing, North America.

Good season ahead for California nut crops

If California has a “nutty” reputation, it’s very well deserved. Nearly 100% of the three major U.S. tree nut crops — almonds, walnuts and pistachios — are grown in the Golden State.