Global Macadamia Market: Overview

Macadamia is a genus of four species of trees indigenous to Australia. Currently, these plants are grown in various regions of the world, namely Brazil, United States (California and Hawaii states), Costa Rica, Israel, Kenya, China, Bolivia, New Zealand, Colombia, Guatemala and Malawi. This plant provides a valuable source of nutrition via a hard shelled nut. This nut is rich in a variety of nutrients like Vitamins B6, B12, and micronutrients, to name a few. They also possess more fats than conventional nuts. These plants are grown for their aesthetic value to spruce up surroundings. Their foliage and flowers provide honey and wood for the locals.

The world is waking up to the importance of organic foods, as per Transparency Market Research. The organic food industry has been pushed to provide innovative options for a population interested in healthy foods. The fitness industry also contributes to this trend. The macadamia market should find a niche for itself over the period of 2020 to 2030 owing to these factors.

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Global Macadamia Market: Competitive Landscape

A number of market players are involved in the harvest and supply of macadamia nuts to the global population. The presence of such a volume of players makes the global macadamia market fragmented. Some of these players are:

  • Nambucca Macnuts Pty Ltd.
  • Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company
  • MWT Foods Australia
  • Royal Macadamia (Pty) Ltd.
  • Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corp.
  • Kenya Nut Company Ltd.
  • MacFarms
  • Wondaree Macadamias
  • Golden Macadamias.

These players plan to increase market outreach by making people aware of the benefits of their supplied organic products. Innovations in food packaging and acquiring minor production facilities are expected to improve demands in the future.

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Global Macadamia Market: Key Trends and Drivers

  • The organic food industry has received wide acceptance and demand in recent years. The industry is expected to reach witness high growth over the next few years. In a growing region like India, it is expected to chart a notable growth curve. The macadamia market forms an important part of this sector, and is expected to follow suit in terms of growth in the coming years.
  • Global population is becoming increasingly aware about fitness owing to a social demand for individuals who take care of their physical appearance. Hence, fast food fads are being replaced by balanced, well thought of diets which incorporate natural ingredients into the mix. Fitness clubs themselves advocate such diets, calling for more organic additives to daily food. Over the next 5 years, the global fitness industry is expected to grow notably. This is set to bring a concomitant growth in the macadamia market.
  • The confectionery industry makes use of macadamia nuts in a variety of preparations. The industry is expected to grow at a fast pace over the coming few years, bringing up the demand for macadamia nuts globally.

Global Macadamia Market: Regional Analysis

North America and Europe are currently global leaders in the macadamia market. This can be attributed to the increased acceptance of a healthy lifestyle among the regional population that is demanding organic additives to daily consumption plans. The fitness industry too has gained quite a foothold in these regions owing to an increased social inclination towards health among individuals. Moreover, most productivity of macadamia nuts comes from areas in these regions, making supplies easy.

The Asia Pacific region (APAC) is expected to register the fastest growth in this market in the future. The rising awareness about healthy eating and working out are factors that should contribute to this trend. A hindrance to this growth could be the increasing westernization of local culture that calls for fast lifestyles and an unhealthy focus on work by individuals.