The world’s first manuka nut, an indigenous vegetable, has been introduced to Australia.
The manuka seed is an indigenous food grown in New Guinea, and Australia’s first commercial production of the fruit was in 2013.
In the new world, a manuka is a vegetable with seeds which have been used to make food for over 500 years, according to the New Zealand Department of Primary Industries and Science.
Manuka seeds are harvested from the roots of the plant, which are stored in jars or boxes to make the nut.
The plant can be grown in a number of ways, and the new manukas can be prepared from the seed.
Manukas are also a popular ingredient in kiwi kava, a traditional drink made from the dried leaves of the manuka tree.