Macadamias (Macadamia integrifolia) are tree nuts that are native to Australia, North Eastern, New South Wales & Central & South Eastern Queensland.
First commercial production on a large scale was in Hawaii and for quite some time Hawaii was the world’s largest producer. Main industrial growing regions today are, South Africa, Australia, Kenya, China & USA.
It takes 300 pounds of pressure per square inch to crack the tough shell of a Macadamia nut.
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