Nutritious, healthy and deliciously creamy, macadamia nuts can be used in everything from cookies to salads.
With their characteristically buttery texture and nutty taste, macadamia nuts are a favourite for baking and cooking. They’re also a healthy go-to snack to keep your energy levels up between meals.
Quality & origin
Sourced from local producers in Kenya
Packaging & storage
Our products come in reclosable pouches so the products stay in perfect condition.
Store in a cool and dry place.
Shipping & Payments
We ship within one working day, carbon-neutral with DHL Go Green across Europe for 5.50 € flat.
We accept Mastercard, Visa, Apple Pay and Google Pay.
Good to Know…
One tough nut to crack…
Did you know: Macadamia shells are the hardest shells to crack - it takes a whopping 300 lbs. per square inch to break these shells! Macadamia nuts come from an indigenous Australian tree. It was discovered in 1828 by botanist, Allan Cunningham, during his travels throughout the continent and today, these nuts are loved worldwide.
Why Macadamia nuts?
Macadamia nuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and other unsaturated fatty acids. 80% of the fat in macadamias is monounsaturated – that’s the good, heart-healthy kind that lowers cholesterol levels. They’re also a rare source of palmitoleic acid and are rich in protein, fibre and antioxidants like vitamin E.