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“I can’t see myself doing anything else at the moment; I just love this too much.”

As the health-conscious foodie you no doubt are, chances are high that you eat nuts. All kinds of nuts: walnuts, pecans, almonds, Brazil nuts, macadamias ... each and every crunchy kernel a powerhouse of plant-based nutrition, rich in polyunsaturated fats, protein, minerals, vitamins, fibre and phytonutrients, and delicious into the bargain.

If you’ve noticed yourself eating more nuts of late, you’re not alone: the global consumption of nuts has almost doubled in the past decade due to demand by health-conscious purchasers. That’s good news from a health perspective and great news for nut growers, with rapid growth in almond, macadamia and walnut production lifting export earnings of Australian-grown nuts to about AU $1 billion in 2016.

Most of these nuts are grown on conventional farms, where the use of

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