Unifying, Strengthening and Supporting
the Australian Nut Industry

About ANIC

Formed in 1988, the Australian Nut Industry Council (ANIC) is the federation of  the seven tree nut growing industries. The members of ANIC are  the Almond Board of Australia, Chestnuts Australia Inc, Hazelnuts Growers of Australia Inc, Australian Macadamia Society, Australian Pecan Association, Australian Walnut Industry Association  and Pistachios Growers’ Association Inc.

 

As the overarching federation, ANIC aims to strengthen and unify the nut industry and promote the production, marketing and consumption of nuts domestically and internationally. 

Find out more about ANIC here.

Read the latest News and Articles about the Australian Tree Nut Industry

The Australian Nut Conference is scheduled to go ahead in March 2021.

Find out more about the projects led by ANIC

“To unify, strengthen and support the production, marketing and consumption of nuts in Australia and internationally.”

– ANIC Core Purpose, taken from ANIC’s Strategic Blueprint.

Industry Facts - Australian Tree Nuts

7

member associations

85,000

hectares of tree nut plantings

172,000

tonnes of nuts grown

$1.13

Billion farm-gate value

121,663

tonnes total exports

$990,000

MILLION total export revenues