EN on Foods
June 2004 Issue
Not Your Ordinary Nut, Almonds Boast Great Nutrition, Flavor, Versatility, Health Benefits
Almonds have played a prominent role in cultures and customs around the world for centuries, particularly as a sign of fertility. Though a tree nut, almonds are actually the kernel of a fruit. They provide more protein, fiber, vitamin E, riboflavin and calcium than any other nut.
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