Nestled in the heart of Bundaberg region lies a cluster of macadamia orchards, collectively adding up to 2051 hectares. Stahmann Webster is proud to call these orchards home, as the region offers ideal growing conditions for producing premium macadamia nuts.
Not only do we grow Australian macadamias, we also procure nuts from other Australian growers . Further information on how to supply your Australian-grown crop to Stahmann Webster is below.
Stahmann Webster has been a leading processor and marketer of macadamias since 1988. Alongside our own crop, we purchase macadamias from growers throughout Australia to supply retailers and manufacturers around the world with high quality natural and value-added products.
If you have questions about supplying your macadamia crop to Stahmann Webster please contact our experienced team:
Supply Manager – Nut in Shell (Qld & NSW)
+61 429 991 520
Grower Liaison (Northern NSW)
+61 427 245 973
Stahmann Webster is an accredited quality assessor under the Australian Macadamia Society industry standard and also works with independent accredited laboratories in Queensland and NSW for crop assessment and valuation purposes. As a top tier retail packer we hold global SQF food safety accreditation.
Stahmann Webster works with a number of consolidation depots throughout the macadamia growing regions to assist growers delivering either nut-in-shell (NIS) or nut-in-husk (NIH).
For more information contact the depots directly:
Southridge Farm (Clunes) — +61 484 984 898
Nambucca Macnuts (Macksville) — +61 2 6568 4210 or +61 419 735 260
Stahmann Webster Elliott River (Bundaberg) — +61 417 141 478
Stahmann Webster plays a leading role in industry organisation, communication and promotion by supporting key bodies and initiatives.
The Australian Macadamia Society (AMS) is the peak body representing the Australian macadamia industry. It comprises approximately 800 Australian and 30 overseas members representing all facets of the macadamia industry in Australia.
The Marketing Committee brings together the primary marketers of the Australian macadamia crop to provide advice to the AMS in the development of strategic marketing plans and guide the direction of investment for marketing funds generated through the industry levy system. Stahmann Webster is an active participant in the Marketing Committee and supporter of industry market development initiatives.
The Australian Macadamia Handlers Association (AMHA) exists primarily to facilitate the aggregation of data relating to the production and distribution of the Australian macadamia crop. Stahmann Webster has been a member of the Association since inception.
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