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macadamia nut

[‚mak·ə′dā·mē·ə ‚nət]
(botany)
The hard-shelled seed obtained from the fruit of a tropical evergreen tree, Macadamia ternifolia.
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This is great news for Hawaiis macadamia nut producers and our local economy, said Senator Brian Schatz.
According to company officials, this is one of the first initiatives led by parent company Hawaiian Host, a leading brand and producer of chocolate covered macadamia nuts, which acquired Mauna Loa from The Hershey Co.
John Cross from the Hawaii Macadamia Nut Association said that its second-largest processor received three phone calls from Korean brokers to place an order for the confection days after the incident.
In the present study, circular output holes of nymphs were observed on the surface of the soil under the canopy of macadamia nut trees (Fig.
SAMAC continues to encourage NPD's to use the nut and invites them to enter a draw for a case of macadamia nuts (11.
We looked at macadamia nuts because they are not currently included in the health claim for tree nuts, while other tree nuts are recommended as part of a healthy diet," says Dr.
Studies have proved Australian macadamia nuts, which are 100% cholesterol-free, can protect against heart disease by significantly lowering cholesterol and help prevent thrombosis.
Mauna Loa's annual sales are approximately $80 million, with a 40% share of macadamia nut sales.
Now, with the addition of Hershey's expanded channel and marketing expertise we can take Mauna Loa's portfolio of premium macadamia nut offerings to new heights.
You're relaxing at a neighborhood cafe, savoring a cup of your favorite roast and a decadent slice of chocolate macadamia nut torte.
A recent news release from the University of Hawaii answers affirmatively--especially if one favors the macadamia nut, one of Hawaii's major cash crops.