Pacific Coast Macadamias source their nuts from a small plantation of macadamia trees in Whanarua Bay, 84km East of Opotiki on the subtropical Pacific Coast of New Zealand.
Each year the trees produce a crop of delicious kernel which Pacific Coast Macadamias harvest, dry, crack, process and pack on their own premises.
Eaten raw or roasted, macadamias are matchless in taste and texture. Furthermore, In recent years health professionals have become increasingly aware of the value of tree nuts in the diet, as a defence against disease and in improving well being. Macadamia nuts in particular have been shown to lower cholesterol and reduce heart disease risk.