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White Jordan Almonds Assorted Jordan Almonds
Popular for weddings, these crunchy almonds are an ancient symbol of hope in many cultures. We carefully roast the almonds and let them cool overnight. Then we place the roasted almonds in a revolving pan where a sugar water solution is sprayed on them as they roll. We build up successive coats until the almonds have a hard, shiny covering. The name Jordan Almonds comes from the Greek and Mediterranean countries where this almond was coated to preserve it for future weddings, holidays, and festivities. Eating the Jordan Almond is considered a symbol of good luck!
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Chocolate Peanut Clusters Chocolate Panned Peanuts

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Chocolate Covered Almonds White Chocolate Yogurt Almonds
We start with large premium almonds from the finest orchards and carefully roast them to perfection. Next we let it cool overnight. Then we load them in a chocolate pan, drizzling them with chocolate as the drum turns. This takes about 1-1/2 hours and requires exacting work. Once a thick chocolate layering has been added, we load the entire batch into a ribbed finishing pan for another 1/2 hour to give these nuts their glossy finish. We end up with a spectacular product - gourmet chocolate covered almonds!
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We take large premium almonds from the finest orchards, carefully roast them to perfection and let them cool overnight. Then we load 150 pounds in a chocolate pan and add drizzles of frosted white chocolate as the drum turns. This takes almost 2 hours and requires exacting work. Once the proper amount of white frosted chocolate layering has been completed, we load the entire batch into a ribbed finishing pan for a beautiful glaze. The result is our spectacular gourmet frosted almonds!
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White Chocolate Yogurt Peanuts Chocolate Double Dipped Peanuts

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We start with fresh redskin peanuts, carefully roast them to perfection and let them cool overnight. Then we load them in a chocolate pan, adding drizzles of chocolate as the drum turns for almost two hours. This is exacting work, which gives each nut a chocolate-y coating. Once this first layer is complete, we place each peanut in an enrober which floods it with a second layer of chocolate. This makes for a thick, rich coating which is especially good at bringing out the peanut's natural flavor. We end up with a spectacular product - chocolate covered double-dipped peanuts!
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Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds Rainbow Glazed Peanuts
This classic combination of almonds and chocolate will delight your senses. Peanut wrapped in chocolate in a crunchy candy shell, an all-American classic!
Pecan Brittle Macadamia Brittle
Homemade brittle is a specialty here at The Nut Factory. Don't miss it! Homemade brittle is a specialty here at The Nut Factory. Don't miss it!
Almonds -- Raw Almonds -- Roasted with No Salt
We always buy the finest almonds from the best almond orchards. There are at least five almond varieties, but the nonpareil almonds are the most popular. Every alternate year, growers produce a smaller crop which yields huge nuts. These special scarcer nuts are what we bring to you!
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We always buy the finest almonds from the best almond orchards. There are at least five almond varieties, but the nonpareil almonds are the most popular. Every alternate year, growers produce a smaller crop which yields huge nuts. These special scarcer nuts are what we bring to you!
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Almonds -- Roasted & Salted Blanched Almonds -- Whole, Raw
We always buy the finest almonds from the best almond orchards. There are at least five almond varieties, but the nonpareil almonds are the most popular. Every alternate year, growers produce a smaller crop which yields huge nuts. These special scarcer nuts are what we bring to you!
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For cooking and baking, sometimes you need an almond without the skin. This "blanching" is a multiple-step process. First, the almond is scalded in boiling water, much like blanching a peach, and then immediately dipped in cold water to make the soft skin separate from the nut kernel. Then the nut and skin are "spit" through rollers to remove the nut and skin and finally the nut is dried over a conveyer belt using a special drying oven. The blanched almond costs more because of the extra processing, but also because it weighs less without the skin!
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Blanched Almonds -- Whole, Roasted with No Salt Blanched Almonds -- Whole, Roasted & Salted
For cooking and baking, sometimes you need an almond without the skin. This "blanching" is a multiple-step process. First, the almond is scalded in boiling water, much like blanching a peach, and then immediately dipped in cold water to make the soft skin separate from the nut kernel. Then the nut and skin are "spit" through rollers to remove the nut and skin and finally the nut is dried over a conveyer belt using a special drying oven. The blanched almond costs more because of the extra processing, but also because it weighs less without the skin! These roasted and unsalted blanched almonds are especially good as a topping for sweet desserts and savory dishes too.
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There are few better tasting nuts than a freshly roasted and lightly salted blanched almond. The taste is wonderful and it makes an excellent snack.
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Blanched Almonds -- Slivered, Raw Blanched Almonds -- Slivered, Roasted with No Salt
We start with our finest blanched raw almonds, then create a shoestring shape using a special blade on our high volume cutter. This is a popular ingredient for cooking and also in cookie making.
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This is a real specialty product, used often as an ingredient that provides distinctive almond flavor. For example, a coffee company may use it to add nutty flavor in grinding coffees. The white color contrasts with the coffee dark bean for appearance and taste. When we make this product the almond skin is removed (called blanching) and the almond is sliced like a shoestring potato.
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