Macadamia Nuts • Raw • Kenya

$20.00 On Sale

These certified organic  macadamia nuts, grown in Kenya, are truly raw. They are grown in various collectives and small farms. They are produced under the "Fair For Life" certification which ensures fair pay and treatment for farmers. They are dried in shell and never receive any other heat treatment and so are considered truly raw. We have had great feedback from folks about them! We have worked for years with our lovely farmer in Australia but after several years of drought, and floods, it was again a low harvest year, and though they wanted to keep working with us, the cost for them was going up even more! We were reluctant to make the shift, but after trying these macadamias from Kenya, finding them to be still quite full of flavour, and significantly less expensive, we decided to jump in and buy them, and so far it's been great.

Please note that these macadamia nuts are Style 2, primarily large halves, with some whole nuts and some pieces.

Gluten, peanut and soy free.

More about organic here.

Always refrigerate your macadamia nuts.

Macadamia Nut Recipes

Macadamia nut, oatmeal, cacao cookies here

Macadamia nuts are native to Australia, but are now widely grown around the world. 

Macadamia Nuts (nutrition per 30 g)

Calories: 204 kcal (Recommended Daily Intake 1800–2500 kcal)
Protein: 2 g (RDI 46-70 g)
Fat: 22 g (mostly monounsaturated fats) (RDI 225-325 g)
Carbohydrates: 4 g (RDI 225-325 g)
Fibre: 3 g (RDI 21-38 g)
Sugars: 1 g (RDI no more than 30 g)
Calcium: 20 mg (RDI 1000-1200 mg)
Iron: .5 mg (RDI 8-18 mg)
Magnesium: 34 mg (RDI 320-420 mg)
Phosphorus: 70 mg (RDI 700 mg)
Potassium: 116 mg (RDI 2600-3500 mg)
Vitamin E: .5 mg (RDI 15 mg)

Macadamia nuts are high in fat, but low in protein, they are a good source of monounsaturated fats, which are beneficial for heart health. Also, because they are so full of fat, they help your body feel full more quickly, which makes it a great snacking nut!



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