Copy
Happy Harvest 2019    View this email in your browser

Macadamia harvest has begun! 

Macadamia harvest is now well underway in the largest-producing region of Bundaberg and has also just commenced on farms in northern New South Wales and south-eastern Queensland. The season’s growing conditions have been dry but largely favourable to date, starting with good rain prior to flowering and a strong nutset in Spring.

Macadamias are harvested after the nuts fall to the ground and harvest occurs every two to four weeks for several months. 

This is one of the busiest times on the orchard and we wish all our macadamia farmers a successful 2019 harvest.

Watch the harvest video here

Spaghetti with macadamia 'nutballs' 


A great everyday meal, vegetarians will love this meat-free version of the classic spaghetti and meatballs. The macadamia nutballs just team so well with the rich tomato sauce.

Recipe here

Celebrating International Women's Day

Last week we celebrated International Women's Day. For many macadamia producers in Australia, farming is a partnership, with men and women playing equal roles in the farm business. This is certainly the case for the five remarkable macadamia farmers we’ve highlighted in our latest story. In their own words, they tell us how gender balance makes for better business.

Read more here

Macadamia nuts and a keto diet

A handful of macadamias is a perfect keto-approved snack. Keep them stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator to preserve their quality oils.
Macadamias are an accessible source of the healthy monounsaturated fats that the keto diet relies on for energy. They are a low carb and high fat nut. We have put together some delicious macadamia keto recipes here.

Read more

Visit our website for more
Copyright © 2019 Australian Macadamia Society, All rights reserved.


unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences