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Exotic Macadamia Nut (24 Units)

₹ 15,424.00 ₹ 10,668.00
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1 qty = 24 units   Wholesale

PLANT-BASED PROTEIN : this nut is a 100% vegan and gluten-free nut that is loaded with plant protein and good cholesterol which keeps out heart-healthy and increases energy levels in our body. ANTIOXIDANTS RICH : This exotic nut contains antioxidants that neutralize free radicals protect the body from cellular damage and...

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Exotic Macadamia Nut (24 Units)

PLANT-BASED PROTEIN : this nut is a 100% vegan and gluten-free nut that is loaded with plant protein and good cholesterol which keeps out heart-healthy and increases energy levels in our body.

ANTIOXIDANTS RICH : This exotic nut contains antioxidants that neutralize free radicals protect the body from cellular damage and increase your risk of conditions like diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart disease.

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT : Macadamia nuts are also rich in monounsaturated fats, especially the omega-7 fat palmitoleic acid, which may protect against unwanted weight gain.

LOADED PREBIOTIC : Soluble fiber in macadamia nuts can act as a prebiotic, which helps feed your beneficial gut bacteria, and these exotic nuts control sugar levels in your blood

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It is unroasted/unsalted.
How to eat?
This exotic nut can consume as plain and mix with other trail mix also..
From where it is sourced?
These nuts are imported from Australia.
Is it shelled?
It is shelled.

Nut History

You might know it as the nut that Ross bemoans having from The One in Vegas, but the Macadamia nut is more than just an expensive nut to eat while you’re inebriated. The hint for its nativity is in its name itself!

Also known as the Queensland nut, the Macadamia is native to Australia. Primarily grown in South Africa, California, Israel and New Zealand, the nut probably came to India via trade with Australia in the times of Colonial Rule. Today, it is cultivated in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Odisha.

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