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China becomes the world's largest shell nut market

Published Jan 12, 2024

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The demand for high-quality and diverse snacks, including macadamia nuts, has increased in the Chinese market due to the growing health-conscious consumer groups. The World Macadamia Organization has forecasted a substantial increase in global macadamia nut supply over the next five years, with China becoming an important producer and consumer. WMO is actively promoting macadamia nuts in China through the "Love MacadamiaTM" campaign, aiming to provide nutritional information and food inspiration to consumers while seeking more partners to promote demand and consumption in the market.
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As the new consumption wave pursuing health sweeps across the domestic snack industry, young consumer groups have increasingly higher requirements for the quality and diversity of snacks. Tree nuts such as macadamia nuts have become a new growth point in snack consumption. With people's demand for nuts Upgrading, macadamia nuts have also ushered in its "golden age" in the Chinese market. The scientific name of "Macadamia nut" familiar to domestic consumers is actually macadamia, which was named by a German-Australian botanist after a friend. At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Hawaii began to plant a large number of this nut from Australia. In the 1950s, there were businessmen When it was sold to the United States, it was named Hawaii nut. This is the origin of the name "Macadamia nut" that we are familiar with. According to forecasts, in the next five years starting from 2022, the global supply of macadamia nuts (moisture content 3.5%) will ...
Source: Guojiguoshu
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