The tasty high-protein almond nut grows on medium-size trees native to Iran and nearby countries where it was domesticated over 4,000 years ago. The State of California in the United States of America is the foremost producer of almonds. In California the nuts are pollinated by bees brought by trucks from throughout the country, a practice which has been criticized as detrimental to the health of bee colonies, leaving them susceptible to deady diseases. Spain, Morocco, and Iran are also major producers of almonds. Researchers have noted consumption of almonds may be good for your heart health. Almonds and dark chocolate are delicious together.
|1||United States of America||1,029,655|
|4||Iran (Islamic Republic of)||111,845|
|8||Syrian Arab Republic||71,813|
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