With the New Year comes a new start - and those infamous New Year’s resolutions. Since many of your customers’ goals will be based around health-conscious eating and weight management, we wanted to offer some nutritious, plant-based recipe ideas that are sure to appeal at this time of year.
New Study Finds Walnuts May Provide 21 Percent Fewer Calories Than Previously Estimated Using Atwater Method
People who replace saturated fats with polyunsaturated fats or high-quality carbohydrates in their diet may live longer and have a lowered risk of heart disease, according to a new Harvard study.
California Walnuts recently returned from Newport Beach after an exciting and informative few days at The 2015 Flavor Experience, a boutique, hands-on conference for food and beverage professionals.
Each fall in Northern and Central California, the walnut harvest begins. At this exciting time of year, the state's annual harvest provides 99% of the United States crop and 75% of the world's walnut trade
California Walnuts is excited to be part of in an in-store recipe sampling program staffed by registered dietitians from ShopRite Stores.
Two surveys recently conducted by California Walnuts--one evaluating general consumers and the other registered dietitians--uncovered some interesting trends about the way Americans understand plant-based eating.
California Walnuts recently celebrated a unique California Walnut Food Festival Promotion hosted through Restaurant Associates.
California Walnuts hit the ground in Chicago this May for the 2015 National Restaurant Association Show. Industry experts from around the world gathered to discuss, learn, and taste their way through the event.
The California Walnuts team has been busy, recently wrapping up an exciting handful of foodservice events.
A new study from Spain published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or mixed nuts (primarily walnuts) may counter age-related decline in cognitive function.
A new animal study from the Harvard Medical School indicates that a diet with walnuts may slow colorectal tumor growth by causing beneficial changes in cancer genes.