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About Macadamia Nut：
Macadamia nuts are not picked from the tree but are harvested when the nuts have fallen to the ground-a sign that they are fully ripe.
A typical macadamia tree in an orchard may take seven years to begin producing and will not attain full production until it is 10 to 12 years old.
Why are Island Princess 100% Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts so special?
Island Princess Macadamia Nuts are grown under controlled farming methods, in fertilizations, pest control, harvesting and storage variations in fertilization techniques, the use of pest control chemicals, harvesting and storing methods.
Island Princess Hawaii-grown Macadamia Nuts are farmed under strict laws and controls, as required by the USA farming laws, to insure that the quality and purity of the Macadamia Nuts are maintained. No insecticides are used.
Island Princess Hawaii-grown Macadamia Nuts are processed, roasted and packed under strict USA food laws.
Healthy Facts on Macs:
Macadamia nuts are high in monounsaturated fatty acid ("good" fat). Eighty percent of fat in macadamia nut oil is monounsaturated - 6 percent higher than olive oil.
Macadamia nuts contain flavonoids (a phytochemical) and tocopherols (vitamin E).
11 macadamia nuts have approximately two grams of protein.
Macadamia nut oil also contains Omega 3.