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What’s Missing in This Photo?

California Almond growers and processors come to The Almond Conference for different reasons. For many, it’s to learn about recent research findings, marketing successes or food safety updates. For others, it’s a chance to kick tires and find out about the latest processing equipment. Some want to see it all.

With the move to Sacramento for the 2012 Almond Conference, exhibit space has expanded dramatically. This means more opportunities to view equipment, talk to manufacturers and enjoy all the trade show has to offer.

It’s your Almond Conference, and we want to hear from you. Let us know what you would like to see in this expanded space.

Visit this two-question survey to place your vote. 

There will also be more hotel rooms available for the 40th Almond Conference, Dec. 11-13, 2012. Two host hotels in Sacramento offer conference rates — The Hyatt Regency and Sheraton Grand. Both are just steps away from the Convention Center complex. Conference registration will open later this summer, but both hotels are now accepting reservations. Be sure to mention The Almond Board of California Conference for a discounted room rate, and remember, the Gala Dinner will be held following the last session of the conference on Dec. 13.

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