Industry Statistics & Reports
**OUT NOW** Australian Almond Insights 2012/13
The Almond Board of Australia (ABA) assists the development of the Australian almond industry by undertaking research supported programs to enhance the growing, processing and marketing of our product. The profitability of industry members is the measure of performance of these programs that range from pollination to promotion. This booklet provides those within the industry and those in the broader community and government with key statistics on the size and growth of the Australian almond industry in terms of productive capacity, crop and markets.
The booklet is prepared on the crop year basis from March to February. The analysis has been conducted on information provided by growers, processors and marketers. The ABA acknowledges and appreciates the assistance of those involved. In addition to the information generated from sources within the Australian industry, the ABA has accessed information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Australian Nut Industry Council, (ANIC), International Nut & Dried Fruit Council (INC) and the Almond Board of California (ABC) which is gratefully acknowledged.
It should be noted that this planting data does not account for plantings in previous years that have since been removed.
All About Australian Almonds
A booklet created by the Almond Board of Australia highlighting 10 key facts about Australian almonds, encompassing the global almond supply and demand outlook, an overview of the Australian industry and its relevant position.
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Australian Almond Industry Overview
A comprehensive look at the Australian almond industry. This booklet contains information including:
- Products & Grades
- Growing Regions
- Environment & Quality
- Health & Nutrition
- Nutrient Composition
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Industry Booklet please click here
The Guide to Australian Almonds
There are a number of varieties of almond grown and sold in Australia. And they don’t all taste the same! This brochure outlines the grades, sizes and varieties of Australian Almonds available.
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Almonds please click here