Agriculture

May 2, 2013 1:28 PM

California almond crop up 6 percent

The federal government Thursday projected a near-record almond crop in California this year — a boon to an industry that has had little trouble finding buyers around the world. The estimate of 2,000,700,000 pounds was announced at the Modesto headquarters of the Almond Board of California.

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