Our Galip Nut range
Try some today! Galip nuts are now available in stores!
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Creating local opportunity and empowering communities
Our mission is to develop economic opportunities for rural communities by testing consumer demand of Galip as a new tree nut crop for Papua New Guinea (PNG).
What is the galip nut?
The Galip nut has a milky smooth flavour when raw and takes on an entirely new identity when dried and roasted, it is nutty, yet crisp, with an easy crunch that melts in the mouth. Delicious wild-harvested & nutrient-rich makes Galip the new “super-nut” proudly created in PNG.
Latest news on Galip Nut projects
A recent EMTV news segment on the new Galip Nut launch in Papua New Guinea. The Galip Nut Company is a joint research development between NARI, The University of Sunshine Coast, the University of Adelaide and the Australian Centre for International...read more
EAST New Britain Governor Nakikus Konga, pictured, has commended partners involved in the development of the galip nut into a commercial product. Konga made the remarks at the galip nut launch last Friday at Rapopo Plantation Resort. It was attended by officials from...read more
The commercial sale of galip nuts has started in the country, with production and packaging in East New Britain. This followed a launch in Kokopo on Friday. National Agricultural Research Institute (Nari) deputy-director Dr Akknapally Ramakrishna said it had been two...read more
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The commercialisation of this indigenous nut has been the result of an Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) funded project titled ‘Enhancing value added products and environmental benefits from agroforestry systems in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific. The Galip Nut Company is a joint research development between the National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI), the University of the Sunshine Coast, the University of Adelaide and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) funded by the people of Australia.