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Macadamia Nuts

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Macadamia nuts get harvested when three observations converge: when the inside of the husk is chocolate colored, when the developing nut is no longer sticky, and when the kernel floats. We sell only the freshest bulk macadamia nuts at really reasonable bulk prices & zilch for sales tax! Macadamias are actually the seeds of the macadamia tree, the shell of which has been removed from the nut after being dried thoroughly. The Macadamia Nut grows naturally in eastern Australia. It is also know by other common names including Macadamia nut, Queensland nut, Bush nut, Maroochi nut, Queen of Nuts and bauple nut. Taking the linguistic experiment a little farther, there are Indigenous Australian names such as gyndl, jindilli, and boombera. In Australia, in the early 1880's, The first macadamia orchard was planted. In 1882, the first seeds were imported to Hawaii. Starting in the 1920's, macadamia nuts began being commercially produced in Hawaii. Since then, hordes of people have gone nuts for our macadamias!

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What is the Nutritional Value of bulk Macadamia Nuts?

Ingredients: Macadamia Nuts. Contains: Tree nuts (Macadamia nut) Ingredients.May contain traces of peanuts.

Macadamia Nuts Nutritional Facts

What do animals have to do to eat macadamia nuts in the wild?

The shell of the macadamia nut as it matures naturally requires about 300 pounds per square inch of force to open it. This makes macadamia nuts out of reach for consumption by most wild animals. In fact, macadamia nuts in Australia might be eaten by a hyena, but it is a bird from south America - the Hyacinth Macaw - which, in captivity, opens macadamia nuts in the shell and eats them. Feed your inner macaw with top quality bulk macadamia nuts from Gumballs.com!