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How a baby food innovation with macadamias is helping reshape the allergy conversation

Pam Brook has always been about real food made right. As the co-founder of Australian gourmet food producer Brookfarm, she is uncompromising when it comes to creating the brand’s premium breakfast cereals, snacks and oils that are loved by consumers around the world. When Pam’s son Will (also Brookfarm CEO) started a family, Pam’s attention turned to how she could make a difference to a category they had never tackled before – baby food. Read More >>

The innovation superpowers of macadamias

Over the past two years, the Australian macadamia industry has taken deep dives into numerous product categories to uncover fresh consumer insights and better understand the most potent opportunities for new product development. Read More >>

Our top macadamia innovation discoveries of 2019

The macadamia innovation space has been fascinating in recent years, and 2019 was no exception. We have spent the past few months poring over all the new products we have discovered throughout the year that use macadamias in unique ways in food and beverage categories across a host of markets. Read More >>

2019 Australian Macadamias Yearbook

The 2019 Australian Macadamias Yearbook is the go-to snapshot of our industry’s performance over the past 12 months. Providing a summary of all key facets of the Australian macadamia industry, it details essential statistics, productivity and sustainability improvements, marketing and promotion highlights, health, industry value, global production and consumption updates, and domestic and international sales. Click below to download your copy: Read More >>

November 2019 market report

Supply expectations remain relatively unchanged, with Australia’s October crop forecast update holding steady at 42,900 tonnes (at 3.5% moisture). It is being predicted that there may be some upside in South Africa’s crop from 58,500 tonnes to nearer 60,000 tonnes, while China’s crop is anticipated in the region of 20,000 tonnes. Globally, total in-shell supply for 2019 is expected to be approximately 5% under the previous year. Read More >>
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