Macadamias to become more accessible for Australians

Macadamia supplier Nutworks International, situated on the Sunshine Coast, has revealed that macadamias will become more accessible for the average Australian. An increased supply of the premium product expected to lead to lower prices on supermarket shelves in the months ahead.

According to Nutworks International sales manager Sarah Leonard, the combination of reduced demand internationally during the Covid pandemic, combined with increased planting by local growers over the past five to 10 years, has resulted in a perfect storm for Australians who love the native king of the nuts.

“This is great news for consumers as macadamias, that have in the past been regarded as a bit of a luxury purchase, will come down in price and be far more accessible as a healthy, delicious snack in the months ahead,” said Ms Leonard.


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