Leading macadamia operation celebrates inaugural shipment of macadamias to India under new trade agreement

Marquis Macadamias' factory in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia

Marquis Macadamias’ factory in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia

Marquis Macadamias has marked a significant milestone sending its first shipment of Australian macadamias to India under the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA).

In the wake of the Agreement the leading global macadamia operation secured a partnership with a major Indian distributor and now the first consignments have been exported.

Don Ross, managing director of Marquis Marketing, the sales and marketing arm of the Marquis Group, said this moment ushering in a new era of collaboration and trade that the company was proud to be a part of.

“The lowering of trade barriers brings us closer to our mission of bringing the delicious taste and the health benefits of macadamias to the world,” said Ross.

“Through this collaborative journey, we aim to inspire innovation and make macadamias an integral part of Indian culinary traditions and wellness practices.”

Marquis Marketing manager, Claudia Lordao, said the company was forward to collaborating with local chefs, artisans, and health enthusiasts to explore innovative ways of incorporating macadamias into Indian cuisine and lifestyle.

“This partnership is a testament to Marquis’s unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional products that transcend borders and delight palates,” said Lordao.