Nuts and Dried Fruits Are Good for Us and Good for the Planet
HOw Nuts and dried fruits can help
In 2015, the UN established a total of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) to be achieved by 2030. Food and agriculture can help achieve multiple SDG, especially those related to poverty, nutrition, economic growth and tht environment. Here at NUtfruit we’ve identified the 5 SDGs the nut and dried fruit sector can have an impact on.
Did you know that there are some ways that the nut and dried fruit
industry can have an impact on sustainability
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The almond tree fruit has 3 parts the hull, the shell and the kernel and, each part is used for different purposes. Almond hulls, for instance, are primarily used as livestock feed, while almond shells are used for livestock bedding. And the kernel, for eating of course!
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