Almond Nuts

Almond Nuts

Botanical Name: Prunus dulcis

The Nonpareil variety of almonds has an attractive appearance and a strong almond profile. This variety is characterized by a thin outer shell and smooth nuts and blemish-free processing. It is a medium flat nut with light colour and a smooth surface. The Caramel variety of Almond is technically a California type. But this variety is popular enough to be classified separately. These almonds are a softshell variety used in blanching and roasting. This variety is often substituted for nonpareils. Butte is a Mission type of almonds. The shell of this variety is semi-hard with a light colour and smooth surface. The nut of this variety is small, short, plump with a wrinkled surface. This variety is suitable for export from India. Peerless is a California type of almond. The shell of this variety is hard with a light colour and smooth surface. The nuts are medium size with a wide shape and a fairly wrinkled surface. The Sonora variety is a California type of almonds with a paper-thin shell, dark brown colour and rough surface. These nuts are large in size, long, narrow with a light colour and smooth surface.


Almonds are popularly referred to as nuts and are teardrop-shaped edible seeds. Almonds are primarily fruits of the almond tree. The Almond Nuts exporter in India exports tonnes of nuts abroad every year. The popularity of Almond Nuts has been growing in the world. This may be a reason why Almond Nuts export from India has also been growing rapidly. This is a good time for the Indian Almond Nuts exporter to enter the international marketplace. The Almond Nuts export includes the export of various varieties of these nuts.

Origin and Distribution

The almond is native to Iran and surrounding countries. It was spread by humans in ancient times along the shores of the Mediterranean into northern Africa and southern Europe, and more recently transported to other parts of the world, notably California, United States.