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Thanks To The Los Angeles Times for covering our client Red Walnuts

Posted by Fiona Posell on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, In : The next big thing 
David Karp remains the King with good reason.  Great coverage of Sanguinetti Farms, growers of Red Walnuts in Linden, CA.  Get some while they last!
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Thanks To The New York Times for covering our client Red Walnuts

Posted by Fiona Posell on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, In : The next big thing 
Thanks for "Seeing Red Inside the Shell" on November 6, 2012.  Red Walnuts are available now!
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Thanks Gourmet for covering our client Red Walnuts

Posted by Fiona Posell on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, In : The next big thing 
Great work Jane in securing this coverage for Red Walnuts and Baldor Foods.

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Just In Time For Holiday Bakers: Red Walnuts!

Red Walnuts

Photo: Kemp Minifie

If ever there was a perfect nut for the December holidays, it’s the red walnut. The skin covering the creamy white nutmeat is almost uncanny in its deep, beaujolais-red color. You might be tempted to think someone got frisky with a bottle of red dye, or suspect that there’s ...


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