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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 >>

November 2020 market report

Global supply expectations have shifted as the season nears completion, with production now forecast to come in slightly below 2019 volumes. While the South African crop is expected to be down 16%, the Australian crop forecast is higher than originally anticipated, and all other origins are on track to achieve projected volumes. Read More >>

New Gen Z research reveals macadamias’ relevance to the demands of younger consumers

What does the future of food look like? It’s a big but crucial question for anyone in the food manufacturing and innovation space, however it’s easier asked than answered. While none of us has a crystal ball, one of the best ways of predicting where food is headed is by exploring the world of up and coming consumers who will shape the future food landscape as their purchasing power grows. Right now, this is Generation Z. Read More >>

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 >>
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