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Macadamia

Australian genus of trees in the family Proteaceae; grown commercially for their fruits (Macadamia, Australian bush or Bopple Nut). The leaves and seeds contain cyanogenetic glycosides and are a potential cause of cyanide poisoning. Includes M. integrifolia, M. ternifolia, M. tetraphylla, M. whelanii.
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Macadamia nuts are Australia's most commercially successful plant-derived bush food.
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Good news for NPD's that are considering using macadamia nuts but have been discouraged by recent sourcing issues, as world crop expectations for the nut this year are significantly higher than 2011.
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