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Make Annual Almond Bulk Buy Now

For the past four years, Bee Green Foods has sourced Tucson with truly raw, unpasteurized almonds at unbelievably low prices. They have created a massive co-op bulk buy for the community that they offer once a year. “We have the opportunity to do this each harvest season. The community pools orders together, and the more we order, the more we save together as a whole,” says owner Kristen Taylor.

“Almonds are a high fat food that is actually good for our health,” she explains. “Multiple studies show that nut consumption is linked to a lower risk for heart disease. Almonds are easy to digest, very sweet and the most alkaline-creating nut there is.”

Taylor, a raw food chef and author, is the organizer of two MeetUp groups, Succulent Raw Tucson and AZ Raw Foods. She hosts myriad classes, chef demos, conferences and potlucks, with the ultimate goal of health education.

Bee Green also hosts one-on-one coaching and group classes. “We’ll be showing people how to make frothy almond milk, creamy almond butter, piecrusts, snack mixes and so much more. All of our recipes are gluten- and dairy-free,” says Taylor.
Check out their January calendar online to learn about the almond bulk buy and tips on how to easily incorporate almonds into your diet.

For class schedules and more information visit BeeGreenFoods.comMeetup.com/Succulent-Raw-Tucson or Meetup.com/AZ-Raw-Food.

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