Why California Is Stuck With a Billion Pounds of Almonds

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California grows about 80% of the world's almond supply

70% of those almonds are exported for sale

But, these days, almonds seem to be in trouble constantly

Because, The trees are reliant on bees for pollination

so almonds are susceptible to problems with bee populations

The global supply chain is the main reason for struggling to export the almonds

But exporting requires shipping containers, which have been at a premium recently.

Due to the high demand for containers in Asia, they were shipped empty.

That's the reason, California Is Stuck With a Billion Pounds of Almonds