If you're purchasing these from a supplier, or even if the supplier is internal, the raw material spec would include parameters you use to accept/reject that supply.
Acceptable/Unacceptable Defects, Container Weights, Receiving temperature (I doubt you condier temps when receiving almonds, but maybe you have other raw ingredients this would be needed for?), size ranges (again, maybe not for almonds, but seen for some raw materials), etc.
Anything you might see on a COA or customer agreement. The spec doesn't have to meet any certain requirements, other than it lists YOUR requirements for the raw material. SQF just wants to see that you have considered the quality and safety of your materials before use, and that your suppliers agree to those considerations.