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Walnuts provide a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids which can help reduce inflammation.

This hearty, healthful snack also promotes a healthy gut and improves heart function.

Our walnuts are non-GMO, naturally vegan & gluten-free, and kosher certified.

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The walnut season typically runs from mid-September until the end of October, during which time the nuts are harvested from the trees. This is accomplished by shaking the trees, causing the walnuts to fall to the ground where they are then swept into rows. Once the walnuts are organized in rows, they are gathered up and transported to our huller and dehydrator for further processing. 

Following the harvest, our walnuts undergo a two-step processing procedure. First, the hull is removed, which is the outer green husk of the walnut. This is known as hulling. Next, the nuts are dehydrated to achieve the perfect moisture balance, resulting in a hearty and healthful snack.

Once the hulled and dried nuts are ready, they are processed and packaged at our farm. This process typically takes place between September and December. We offer packaging options for both inshell walnuts and walnut kernels, allowing our customers to choose the product that best suits their needs. At every stage of our operation, we prioritize quality and aim to provide our customers with the best possible product.


Some of our varieties include:

Chandler           Eureka      

Tulare               Hartley      

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If you would like to learn more about the California Walnut industry, please find more information from the California Walnut Board website.

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