83% of the world’s almonds and 99% of the country’s almonds are grown in the central valley of California. They are the highest producing value crop grown in the state, and are the number one snack nut in the United States. However, almonds are more than just a snack food. They are a nutrient rich food providing: protein, calcium, potassium, vitamin E, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid, iron, and dietary fiber.  Almond Almanac 2014

Proud to Grow Almonds

D.M. Camp began growing almonds in 2006, producing six varieties of Almonds, which are sold in many forms, but are ultimately shelled, sliced, slivered, roasted, chopped, milled into flour and almond milk products or just left whole. Our products are sold domestically as well as worldwide, which includes the Orient, Europe, and the Middle East.

"I like almonds as a snack - they keep your energy up, but don't fill you up."

Ina Garten, Author