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June 2021 market report

In February, the 2021 Australian macadamia crop was predicted to reach 50,770 tonnes in-shell @ 3.5% moisture (54,440 tonnes in-shell @ 10% moisture), according to a census-based forecast produced using scientific modelling developed by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. However, Australia’s east coast experienced extreme and prolonged rainfall during March and April. Read More >>

Our 7 top stories of 2020 and what they tell us about the year ahead

It’s been said countless times, but it’s true: 2020 was a year like no other. We watched in horror as bushfires consumed Australia in January and riots rocked many parts of the globe. We’d barely caught our breath before launching straight into a global pandemic that confined many parts of the world to their own homes for weeks and months on end.  Read More >>

Plant-forward: how nuts compare with other plant proteins for human and planetary health

As we head into 2021, the trend towards plant-based and plant-forward eating shows no signs of abating. In fact, a recent review of trends found that 56% of consumers across the globe are trying to eat more plant-based foods. This rise in vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian approaches to eating is motivated by concerns about health and wellbeing as well as a growing consciousness of the impact of what we eat on the health of the planet. Read More >>
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