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Macadamias Australia share an attitude of gratitude

A new short video tells the fabulous story of the Steinhardt family and how they built Macadamias Australia in Bundaberg.

Macadamia crop forecast steady after drought

This year’s Macadamias Australia crop from Bundaberg is expected to be on par with last year despite drought conditions taking their toll across the country.

Marquis Macadamias launched in Bundaberg

The creation of a global super brand, Marquis Macadamias, is expected to drive growth and opportunities in macadamia production, value adding and retail for the Bundaberg Region.

Macadamia crop exceeds forecast

Australian macadamia growers have produced a crop of 43,500 tonnes for the 2019 season, down from last year's record of 49,300 tonnes because of dry conditions.

Bundaberg Sugar expands macadamia interests

Bundaberg Sugar has acquired extensive macadamia orchards on Winfield Road as the company continues to diversify its operations.

Macadamia crop forecast steady

The Australian Macadamia Society says the nation's crop forecast remains steady at 42,900 tonnes.

Celebrity chef Gary Mehigan promotes Bundaberg

Celebrity Chef Gary Mehigan has given foodies from around the globe a taste of Bundaberg, demonstrating the versatility of macadamia nuts at one of South Africa’s top culinary events.

Cracking good time at the Royal Queensland Show

South East Queensland residents and visitors have been treated to a taste of the Bundaberg Region at the 2019 Royal Queensland Show (Ekka).

Macadamia crop forecast revised downwards

The Australian Macadamia Society has revised its 2019 crop forecast downwards after prolonged dry conditions across major growing areas, including the Bundaberg Region.

Stay-at-home mums create Salty Co nut business

Stay-at-home mums Aynsley Berthelsen and Minty Blair started their own business Salty Co and became entrepreneurs using macadamia nuts.

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