Our Growers Sue & Mushy [Peter] Baldwin Why did you go into farming? [Sue] Mum and Dad bought their macadamia farm in Valla in 1979. We came up regularly for holidays and thought what a great lifestyle and place to live. [Mushy] Before, I was a civil engineer working as a project manager with […]
Food Processing Handler Position About Us Nambucca Macnuts operates as a farmers co-operative. It is owned, operated and loved by Nambucca Region Macadamia Farmers. Nambucca Macnuts staff are aficionados of macadamia and food handling. Together with the compliance of our growers we are able to run a clean, efficient and technologically advanced operating plant. We are a […]
Multiscan Sorting I have heard growers saying they still like to do a detailed sort of their nut-in-shell before it is sent to the factory. These growers are worried that the Multiscan may miss too many bad nuts, which will reduce their crackout results. The multiscan system has been tested and proved positive in removing […]
NBN News Video August 2020 After almost a decade, Nambucca Macnuts has restarted its processing plant expanding into the niche organic macadamia market. With the installation of new equipment, the company has doubled its workforce. The Local Federal Member, Pat Conaghan MP, spent over an hour at the factory on Tuesday looking at the new […]
Nambucca Macnuts is delighted to announce that our Macksville factory is processing macadamia nut-in-shell again from season 2020. Macnuts has been in the macadamia processing industry since 1998, supporting the growers of the NSW Mid North Coast area. Recently we started processing organic macadamia in-shell from local growers in the NSW Mid North Coast area […]
In wet weather, contrary to a persistent rumour, DO NOT turn the silo fan off as the nuts will go mouldy.
The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be held at 11:00am on Saturday 30th November 2019 at the Nambucca Macnuts Pty Ltd factory. Those growers holding certificates in lieu of ‘C’ shares are welcome to attend. The meeting will be followed by a barbeque lunch. All food and drink will be provided.
We will be closing for Christmas on Tuesday 24th at 12 noon and will reopen on Monday 6th January, 2020. We would like to wish all of our valued customers and growers a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
KABLOOM – maca flowers in spring Saturday 7th September NAMGA Field Day – To view and discuss completed works at several farms that have been involved in the Local Land Services LIDAR mapping project. LiDAR, or light detection and ranging, is a popular remote sensing method used for measuring the exact distance of an object […]