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Recipes, DIY beauty and hand sanitiser: promoting macadamias to consumers during a pandemic

COVID-19 has dominated headlines, business and everyday life for several months now, and amidst all the uncertainty and chaos it has presented, one thing is certain: it’s a challenge that won’t be disappearing anytime soon. It’s a crisis that is forcing us to learn not only how to adapt to the ‘new normal’ but also to the ‘next normal’ as the situation continues to evolve globally. Read More >>

The macadamia fan in 2020

The Australian Macadamias brand has a substantial online global community of macadamia fans. We recently created a snapshot of The Macadamia Fan in 2020 based on insights from our consumer websites, Facebook, Instagram, WeChat and Weibo communities across Australia, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and China. Read More >>

French culinary influencer celebrates the versatility of macadamias

In the serious world of French cuisine, Bertrand Simon stands out from the crowd. Known as Chef Simon thanks to the popularity of his website of the same name, and the books he has authored, he learned his craft while working in some of France’s most renowned restaurants, before breaking away from the scene in order to share his knowledge with others.  Read More >>

June 2020 market report

The 2020 global macadamia crop is anticipated to reach 235,000 tonnes following initial forecasts, up 3% on 2019. South Africa has predicted a similar crop to 2019 at 60,000 tonnes, Australia at 36,500 tonnes, Kenya at 33,000 tonnes and China at 29,000 tonnes.  Read More >>

March 2020 market report

The latest INC International data collection shows overall macadamia supply for 2019 was up slightly. Of the major producers, Australia was down 13%, South Africa was up 3%, Kenya and the USA were both flat, while Guatemala was up 12%. China reported an increase to 28,000 t however many reports suggest a result closer to 15,000–19,000 t, which would make total supply flat or slightly down on 2018. Read More >>
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