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4/28/12 7:53 P
I get mine either at Henry's(Sprouts) or Sam's club. Both are raw and I don't see anything on them saying they are pasteurized. I find that they are NOT found in the nuts section at Sam's but in the cooking section. It is my favorite snack and I east 1-2 oz per day.
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4/28/12 6:58 P
Given USDA regulation, finding raw, organic, unpasteurized almonds is nigh impossible from a retail source. I would like to find a farm or a few where I can order them from, since that is, so far as I know, the only want to get them without pasteurization. Does anyone have a good source for these?
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