Macadamia in shell (cracked)
Great for all your baking and cake decorating needs. We have a wide selection of bulk and packaged health foods. Here, we offer you macadamias in shell and kernel.
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ALL ABOUT MACADAMIAS
The fact that macadamia had its origin in Australia. With just the right soil, the right climate, and the right group of dedicated growers, it truly is the natural home of the world’s finest nut.
Today, because of high nutritional value, unique flavor and delicate texture, macadamia are developed as a commercial food product and produced widely all over the world, such as South Africa, Brazil, California, Hawaii, Costa Rica, ..However, Australia is still the leading producer, contributing more than 30% of the global crop, each year 70% of the Australian crop is exported to over 40 countries.
Macadamias have a wide array of applications including roasted and salted snacks, delicious chocolate chip, macadamia cookies, or ingredients for fine ice creams.
Super Premium Wholes
Contains no less than 95% large whole kernels, the rest is halves (by weight), sizes range upwards of 20mm. Ideal for gourmet snacks, can be consumed raw or roasted in a variety of flavours.
Contains no less than 90% large whole kernels, the rest is halves (by weight), Sizes are at least 17mm. Popular for retail snack packs or nut mixes, can be consumed raw or roasted in a variety of flavours.
Wholes and Halves
Contains at least 50% whole kernels, 50% half and large kernels. Most popular choice for snack packs. Can be consumed raw. Recommended that Styles be roasted separately then blended together.
Premium Cocktail Mix
Contains at least 15% whole kernels and at least 90% half and larger kernels, typically ranging in size from 15-19 mm. Used for macadamia snack packs and commonly blended with other nuts.
Contains at least 80% half kernels and no more than 5% wholes, sizes range upwards of 9mm. Can be used in chocolate, nougat and other baking applications.
Premium Medium Chips
Consists of an industrial roasted product, Sizes range 9mm to 12mm. Naturally occuring chips that can ben used in baking, small chocolates and confectionary.
Consits of small chips, sizes are at leats 5mm. Can be used as a replacement for Style 5 in baked products and ice cream. Roasting is possible if care is taken.
Premium Small Chips
Consits of small chips, sizes are ranging 3-6mm. A wide range of use which includes, but is not limited to, fine food toppings, cereals and baking applications (sprinkles).
Premium Fine Granule
Minimum 80% fine granules. Over 1mm but less than 3mm in size. Commonly used in sauces and pestos where subtle macadamia flavouring is required.
Macadamia nuts are amazing little nutrient-filled powerhouses that come from the macadamia tree. They contain some important essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, iron, B vitamins, manganese and folate, as well as protein, healthy fats and antioxidants.
1 ounce of walnuts provide our body with
17g Monounsaturated fat
0.3mg Thiamin (Vitamin B1) (23% DV)
1.2mg Manganese (59% DV)
Only 367mg Omega 6 fatty acid
Keep your heart health
These nuts are rich in healthy monounsaturated fats which are said to be cardioprotective by reducing cholesterol level and help to clean the arteries. Macadamia also lowers the level of triglycerides, which is a kind of body fat and reduces the risk of coronary disease.
Macadamia contains a high amount of Thiamine (Vitamin B1), which is a vital human nutrient. It plays an important role in maintaining a healthy nervous system, help improve memory and concentration power. Vitamin B1 also is known to slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Strengthen your bones
Phosphorus and magnesium are abundant in macadamias, and play a variety of roles including bone and teeth mineralization, metabolism, absorption and transportation of nutrients.
Lower In Inflammation-Causing Omega-6's
Consuming too many omega-6 fatty acids in our diet can be a contributing factor to chronic inflammation in the body, which links to a variety of diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. A handful of nuts a day is a great way to get added protein, fiber, and vitamins and minerals, but most nuts tend to be higher in omega-6 fats than omega-3s, which can tip our body into an inflammatory state if we don’t balance it out with omega-3s from other foods too. Macadamias, on the other hand, are much lower in omega-6s.