defenceWeb Written by defenceWeb - 42 South African Army soldiers have recovered another two stolen vehicles along South Africaâs borders as part of Operation Corona border patrols. In the early hours of Friday morning (28 May), soldiers of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) were conducting routine foot patrols in the Samora Machel Monument area in the Macadamia Area of Responsibility when they came across an abandoned Toyota Hilux hidden on a small road. The vehicle was reported stolen at Malvern SA Police Service in Queensburg, KwaZulu-Natal, and was found with false registration plates. The vehicle was recovered from the scene handed over to Mbuzini SA Police Service.
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Napasol AG of Switzerland Adds a New South Africa Nut Pasteurization Plant with Ivory Macadamias Share Article Napasol’s Pasteurization equipment share in the Tree Nut market grows with a new processing facility at Ivory Macadamias Low’s Creek factory in Mpumalanga. The 2021 macadamia crop processed in the Napasol Statisol pasteurizer at Ivory Macadamias will allow supplying the superior quality and safe pasteurized macadamias required by highly regulated global markets. Ivory Macadamia Napasol Pasteurization line Maintaining the raw characteristics of the nuts while applying a highly effective pasteurization treatment is unique to the Napasol process ZUG, Switzerland (PRWEB) April 26, 2021 Swiss company Napasol AG has established a leading position in nut pasteurization technology with over 30 plants operating worldwide. The pasteurization process developed by Napasol allows treating nuts with dry steam to retain the flavor, texture, and color of the raw nut. Napasol is the market leader in tree nut pasteurization delivering the level of preventive control required while preserving flavour, colour, and texture, and improving the shelf life of raw nuts.
defenceWeb Written by defenceWeb - 23 South African soldiers on border patrol duty have this month recovered five vehicles in the Macadamia area. The vehicles were most likely heading for Mozambique after being stolen in South Africa. On 19 April, at around 23:30, the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) was informed of a possible illegal vehicle crossing on the border with Mozambique near Macadamia. This information came after vehicle detecting sensors placed in the area were activated. Soldiers from Macadamia Base, Mpumalanga, conducted a thorough search and at about 03:00 the next morning, an abandoned Toyota Hilux worth around R330 000 was found in the bushes behind Steenbok Village.
Ivory Macadamias Starts Napasol Pasteurizer Operation for Incoming 2021 South African Macadamia Crop Share Article Ivory Macadamias is processing the 2021 macadamia crop on its new Napasol pasteurization line in their Low's Creek factory in Mpumalanga. Pasteurization allows the company to reliably supply quality pasteurized macadamias while meeting the stringent food safety standards of highly regulated global markets. Ivory Macadamia Napasol pasteurization line view from the raw room side with control panel, preheat platform and autoclave entrance door With this investment in the Napasol pasteurizer, expansion in processing capabilities, and upgrades in factory equipment, Ivory Macadamias can claim to provide the highest standard of food safety to our customers
Update: March, 11/2021 - 08:31 | Nguyễn Thị Thu Phương (standing) instructs her employees on how to pack macadamia nuts. — VNA/VNS Photo Hoài Thu Hoài Thu ĐẮK LẮK — For Nguyễn Thị Thu Phương, returning to her hometown to start a business after graduating from university was the best decision she ever made. In 2014, after graduating from the College of Commerce in central Đà Nẵng City, Phương, from Central Highlands Đắk Lắk Province, stayed in the city to work. However, she struggled to find a job that suited her and decided to return to her hometown in Phú Lộc Commune, Krông Năng District.
Share this article Share this article ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This report focuses on the manufacture of nut food, including wholesaling and processing. It includes comprehensive information on the state and size of the sector and of various varieties, including trade and other statistics and influencing factors. There are profiles of 30 companies including Tiger Brands, Simba and Thokoman, which make peanuts and peanut butter, macadamia producers such as Global Macadamia and almond products producers such as Cape Almonds and Nature's Choice. Manufacture of Edible Nuts: South Africa is the world's largest producer and exporter of macadamia nuts and it produces pecan, and on a smaller scale, walnut, almond, cashews, hazelnut, pistachios, and peanuts. Locally-produced nuts are mainly exported.
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Scientists aim to breed easier-to-crack macadamias with more nut, less shell SatSaturday 23 Professor Bruce Topp's research aims to improve production and profitability for the macadamia industry. ( Share Print text only Cancel If you've ever risked your fingers while hitting a macadamia with a hammer, you'll know that the nuts can be tough to crack, yielding a small but tasty kernel inside. Key points: Macadamias have three layers: the outer husk, the shell and the inner kernel Scientists aim to breed nuts that have tougher husks, thinner shells and larger kernels Some of Australia's brightest horticultural minds are trying to change that by selectively breeding for macadamias with thinner shells, larger kernels and tougher exterior husks to protect the nuts from birds and insects.
Macadamia researchers are breeding thinner shells for bigger kernels and tougher husks for resisting pests. The University of Queensland’s Professor Bruce Topp said these combined attributes would boost Australia’s $270 million industry, which earns $190 million in export income annually. “Two thirds of every harvested kilogram is in the weight of the macadamias’ extremely tough shells. That’s a lot of wasted productivity,” Professor Topp said. “The goal for many growers is to produce less shell and more kernel from each nut but with the shell still tough enough to resist pests.” Macadamias are native to south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales but are grown commercially in places including Hawaii, South Africa and Brazil.
Sasini returns to profit on increased sales Thursday January 14 2021 By CONSTANT MUNDA Agricultural firm Sasini #ticker:SASN has returned to profitability after sales increased by nearly half, outpacing growth in costs, the publicly-traded firm reported on Thursday. The company, which largely deals in large-scale tea, coffee, macadamia and avocado farming and production, reported a profit of Sh12.61 million for the year ended September 2020 from a loss of Sh337.74 million a year earlier. The earnings were largely lifted by a 48.32 percent growth in revenue to Sh4.14 billion, a slightly faster climb than 41.10 percent in direct costs to Sh3.33 billion. Shareholders, who got a Sh0.50 dividend per share last year despite the firm posting a loss, will, however, miss out this year after the board failed to recommend a payout.
SOME years before the country’s independence a team of missionaries brought alien seedlings from Australia and introduced what would be seen as strange trees in Lushoto District, Tanga Region.