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June 2022 market report

The 2022 global crop is forecast to be up 6.4% on the 2021 season, despite challenging weather conditions in the two largest producing origins. The initial crop forecast published for the Australian 2022 season predicted a crop of 54,930 tonnes in-shell @ 3.5% moisture (58,900 tonnes in-shell @ 10% moisture). In May this forecast was reduced by 10%, as a direct result of the recent severe weather and flooding in NSW and South East Queensland. The revised forecast is now 49,340 tonnes in-shell @ 3.5% moisture (52,900 tonnes in-shell @ 10% moisture). NSW growers have been worst affected, and the prolonged rainfall which followed the two flooding events has made harvest more difficult. In contrast and despite flooding in some regions, South Africa has recently increased their forecast from 57,723 tonnes to 61,288 tonnes in-shell @ 3.5% moisture. Read More >>

Cracking the Indian market: why now is the time for Australian macadamias

For several years, the Australian macadamia industry has been focused on driving demand for macadamias ahead of a forecast rise in global supply. New market development is an important element of this strategy, and Australia’s industry has successfully executed new market development programs in China and South Korea, introducing consumers to macadamias and leveraging free trade agreements (FTAs) in both markets. Read More >>

Australian macadamias a key ingredient in new Bundaberg Campfire Rum

Iconic Australian alcoholic beverage brand Bundaberg Rum has launched a new limited-edition product called Campfire Rum, which fittingly features another Australian icon – the macadamia. The multi global award-winning distillery unveiled the product as the perfect companion for chilly nights around a warm fire, just in time for the start of the Australian winter. Read More >>

Inaugural Women in Macadamias event launches in Australia

It goes without saying that the Australian macadamia industry’s greatest asset is its people. From growers and agronomists to processers and marketers, it’s their skill and drive that has taken the industry from strength to strength and put our product on a global stage. A substantial proportion of these roles are carried out by women. Whether one half of a husband-and-wife farm or a valued team member in a larger operation, women are heavily involved in vital functions across the supply chain. Read More >>
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