About California Walnut Commission
The California Walnut Commission (CWC), established in 1987, represents the California Walnut industry made up of over 4,500 growers and close to 100 handlers.
The CWC is involved in scientific research examining the nutritional value of walnuts and explore the role of walnuts in a healthy diet as well as export market development activities.
The sunny climate of the central valley of California is ideal for growing walnuts and is home to numerous walnut orchards – many of which are family-owned for generations. Incidentally, two-thirds of global walnut trade comes from California. What makes Californian Walnuts so special? Grown with care in the perfect conditions, the nuts are harvested from late August to November and processed to the highest quality standards.
Read more about California Walnuts and the unique attributes here