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Royal Hawaiian Orchards Invites Customers to Vote on Potential New Flavors

Today, macadamia nut powerhouse Royal Hawaiian Orchards released an online poll that allows customers help decide what new products and flavors they would like to see next. To cast your vote on the new tropical treats that are sure to quickly become household favorites, visit https://royalhawaiianorchards.com/pages/newflavorpoll.

A first for Royal Hawaiian Orchards and a great way to obtain feedback directly from customers, the polling platform currently offers three different options to choose from: Cracked Pepper Parmesan, Mango Habanero, and Salt and Vinegar. Votes can be cast between July 14 to July 31 as Royal Hawaiian Orchards’ fans from across the nation will help influence what product will be released this year both for online and retail consumers.

“We have been eager to share this virtual poll with both new Royal Hawaiian Orchards’ customers and loyal fans alike. Beyond consumer feedback, this gives us the opportunity to engage with the community in a fun way when it comes to adding new product to our family of tropical flavors,” said K.C. Blinn, GM of sales and marketing. “No matter what new product is added to collection, it will continue to showcase the natural health benefits of the macadamia nut, and serve as a healthy staple snack for both kitchen pantries and those living life on-the-go.”

To keep up with Royal Hawaiian Orchards on Instagram, follow the brand at @royalhawaiianorchards.

About Royal Hawaiian Orchards/MacFarms:

MacFarms, LLC is the parent company of both the Royal Hawaiian Orchards and MacFarms brands. The company’s story spans decades of macadamia growing, beginning in the mid-20th Century with the founding of the Royal Hawaiian Nut Company in Hawaii. Though the company has evolved over the years, its dedication to health, wellness and “living aloha” live on. The company’s orchards on the Big Island have more than 250,000 trees and is one of the largest macadamia operations in the world. For additional information, please visit: macfarms.com or royalhawaiianorchards.com.