Where Are Macadamia Nuts Grown?

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Macadamia nuts are grown in very many countries in the world, and some of them include Australia, Hawaii and New South Wales. These trees thrive in sunny subtropical climates which also receive a lot of rain. Macadamia nuts are very health, and they are known to reduce body cholesterol levels.
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