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House of Macadamias

Despite their superior nutritional and health benefits, Macadamias haven’t shared the same ubiquitous market accessibility compared to the likes of peanuts, almonds, and cashews.

Up until now, macadamia’s unique climate and growth requirements along with their isolated farming and production locations has left them vulnerable to market exploitation. So much so that the price has more than quadrupled in the last 10 years! Costly barriers to entry at the hands of wholesalers, distributors and marketing agents, meant that macadamias came at a price point many few could afford.

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About the Brand

Most people automatically think of Hawaii or Australia when someone mentions “macadamias”. Well, as it turns out, South Africa is in fact the macadamia farming capital of the world. With ideal agricultural conditions and local farmers renowned for being some of the best, South Africa currently holds the record in macadamia yields and quality. However, their longstanding farming heritage has been threatened by political instability and land attacks, with little done to help up until now.

By partnering directly with the best local South African farmers, we are able to put money back in the pockets of the farmers and bring you this premium nut at a more affordable price. In order to ensure the long-term health of the industry, we also work with select farmers who share the same eco-friendly mindset that we as a company promote and use new sustainable and water-conserving irrigation technologies. Our macadamia nuts and products are then packaged within a short drive from the South African farms, ensuring freshness and a more cost-effective supply chain. No middlemen. No cutting corners. True plant-farm to table.


Why House of Macadamias?
  • The macadamia nut industry is primarily known as a commodity industry. We want to bring macadamias to the world and make them as popular as cashews or almonds. By sourcing directly from the farmers and being passionate about product innovation, we can make the macadamia nut more widely available in nut products without taking shortcuts around quality or sustainability.
Are House of Macadamias' products sustainable for my diet?
  • House of Macadamias’ treats and snacks are paleo-friendly, keto, and plant-based and have no: wheat, dairy, gluten, egg, animal products, GMOs, artificial colors, preservatives, palm oil or added sugar. Macadamia nuts are also low in allergens and naturally low in carbohydrates.
Is the macadamia nut a superfood?
  • The macadamia nut provides unrivaled levels of heart-healthy and brain-boosting monounsaturated fats. Additionally, they are also one of the rare sources of Omega 7, a unique fatty acid linked to both collagen regeneration and enhanced metabolic health. And, unlike other proinflammatory high lectin-containing nuts, macadamias are gut-friendly, providing a nutritional powerhouse of antioxidants, minerals and essential nutrients.
How does House of Macadamia sweeten its products?
  • Erythritol is a sweetener derived from the skins of various fruits & vegetables. Unlike other sugar alcohols that can cause gastric upset, erythritol is a smart sweetener that is not fermented in the gut and is absorbed directly from the small intestine with little to no impact on blood sugar levels. And, unlike other proinflammatory high lectin-containing nuts, macadamias are gut-friendly, providing a nutritional powerhouse of antioxidants, minerals and essential nutrients.
Are the fats found in macadamias healthy?
  • The fat found in macadamias is a healthy monounsaturated fat that has an amazing heart, brain and metabolic health benefits. Additionally, macadamias are one of the rare sources of Omega 7, a fatty acid that has been shown to help with weight management and fat metabolism.
What countries does House of Macadamias ship to?
  • We ship to the United Kingdom, the United States and South Africa. However, we are currently unable to ship a small subset of our products to the United Kingdom. This limitation is noted on each of the product’s pages.