Dry roasted macadamia nuts with sea salt are simple but still so wholesomely delicious and crave-able. And with the health benefits of the mighty macadamia, you’ll feel good about snacking on them! Whether you’re snacking on them while on the couch binge watching your favorite show, having them at your desk while powering through work, or giving yourself that boost of energy you need during a busy day of running errands, our dry roasted macadamia nuts with sea salt will satisfy your cravings. The unique buttery flavor complemented by the sea salt and that satisfying crunch will transport you to the island paradise that so many dream of, and the different convenient pack sizes mean they can go with you wherever you do. Dry roasted macadamia nuts with sea salt are a portable, better-for-you snack that we know you won’t be able to get enough of!
Why Macadamia Nuts Are a Great Snack
Dry roasted macadamia nuts with sea salt are a convenient and delicious snack, but that’s not the only reason people love them so much. As previously mentioned, there are several health benefits that come with the mighty macadamia. We consider them a Hawaiian superfood. They are naturally gluten-free and have only 4 grams of carbohydrates per serving. Macadamias are also heart healthy*. Our macadamia nuts are perfect for people following vegan, keto, and gluten-free diets and are never grown, produced, or formulated with GMOs.
Why Buy from Mauna Loa?
Macadamias fuel your mind, body, and spirit, and at Mauna Loa, we aim to preserve the spirit of Hawai‘i and where we came from, our ʻāina. We do this by adopting sustainable business practices like using rainwater to grow our Hawaiʻi-grown macadamias, burning their shells to create renewable energy, and composting the husks. In doing this, we help ensure that the natural beauty and spirit of the island can be preserved for future generations while also providing the world with a taste of what makes our home so special.
*Supportive, but not conclusive research shows that eating 1.5 ounces per day of macadamia nuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol and not resulting in increased intake of saturated fat or calories may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. See nutrition information for fat [and calorie] content.